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  • "Extra" spoke exclusively with Brown's sister, Lytrell Bundy (aka Tootie) about the alleged attack.

    Extra

  • Saxophonist Jimmy Heath (age 83) and drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath (74) are two of today's most venerated veterans and would probably seek out each other's musical company even if they weren't brothers.

    Young Bucks, Old Souls and Latin Lovers

  • The Jones brothers (trumpeter-bandleader Thad, drummer Elvin and pianist Hank) and the Heath brothers (drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath, bassist Percy and tenor saxophonist Jimmy) represent familial jackpots.

    Families That Play Together . . .

  • "You brought me to the window and you taught me how to fly," he sings in "Tootie," and we're not sure what that means, except that his back is going to hurt when he hits the cement.

    The Unbearable Lightness Of Being Hootie

  • Accompanying him are Kenny Drew on piano, NHØP on bass, and Albert "Tootie" Heath on drums.

    Sonny Rollins: “On Green Dolphin Street” (1968)

  • I have to admit with some degree of shame that the title and the reminder of the supremely annoying TV show with a character named "Tootie" actually kept me from picking up this book for a good long while.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • 'Tootie' Smith: I suspect she won't live through the night, she has four fatal diseases.

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • 'Tootie' Smith: But she's going to have a beautiful funeral, in a cigar box my Papa gave me, all wrapped up in silver paper.

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • * 'Tootie' Smith (about her doll): Poor Margeretha, I've never seen her look so pale.

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • Chaquille, known as "Tootie" to family and friends, died after being transported to Grady

    ajc.com - News

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  • See Tooti.

    April 28, 2011