Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Jazz singer Abbey Lincoln's death

NEW YORK-Golden Globe-nominated jazz singer in the 1960s, Abbey Lincoln died at the age of 80 years.
his was revealed his brother David Wooldridge told the New York Times, quoted from Aceshowbiz okezone, Monday (08/16/2010).
This jazz singer died at his home, in Manhattan, August 14 yesterday. Women's full name was born Anna Marie Wooldridge in Chicago in 1930.
He's spawned his first album 'Abbey Lincoln's Affair-A Story of a Girl in Love' years ago in 1965. Many are inspired Billie Hollyday, Lincoln released more than 20 albums during the six-decade career
Abbey has also been a main opponent in the 1968 Sidney Poitier in the movie 'For Love of Ivy'. His performance, he had been nominated as a Golden Globe winner.
During his life, Lincoln was once married to jazz musician Max Roach in 1962, but divorced in 1970. 
He then tinggai with her brother, David Wooldridge and Kennet, and Juanita Baker.

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