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Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: February 27, 1907 | Died: December 12, 1951    

Mildred Bailey

Mildred Bailey (February 27, 1907 “ December 12, 1951) was a popular American jazz singer during the 1930s.

Born as Mildred Rinker in Tekoa, Washington, Bailey retained the last name of her first husband, Ted Bailey, when she moved to Seattle to bolster her singing career. With the help of her second husband, Benny Stafford, she became an established blues and jazz singer on the west coast. In 1925 she secured work for her brother, Al Rinker and his partner Harry Lillis “Bing” Crosby. Crosby helped Bailey in turn by introducing her to Paul Whiteman. She sang with Paul Whiteman's band 1929 to 1933. In 1929, Whiteman had a popular radio program and when Bailey debuted with her version of “Moaning Low” in 1929, public reaction was immediate (although she didn't start making records with Whiteman until late 1931)....
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    In Love

    Halo
    1998
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    The Best Of Mildred Bailey

    Halo
    1995
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    Greatest Performances

    Halo
    1989
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    The Mildred Bailey Collection - 20 Golden Greats

    Halo
    1987
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    The Majestic Mildred Bailey

    Halo
    1985
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    The Paul Whiteman Years

    Halo
    1984
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    1944 (The CBS Radio Shows)

    Halo
    1979
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