Big band

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...  called Edythe Turnham and her Knights of Syncopation, the Edythe Turnham Orchestra was a prominent fixture in the Seattle music scene during its “Jazz Age” (1920-1933). Description from pragmaticobotsunite.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images Women Musicians, 1920s Aesthetic, 1920s Jazz, Black Musicians, Every Picture Tells A Story, Black Dancers, Moving To Chicago, 1920s Party, Black Heritage

During its brief and rocky tenure from 1918 to 1924, pianist Gertrude Harvey Wright was one of four women in Seattle’s first black musicians’ union, the American Federation of Musicians’ Local 458. Wright, Virginia Hughes, a “Mrs. Austin,” and (Edythe) “Turnham,” all worked with their … Read MoreRace, Gender, Jazz & Local 493: Black Women Musicians in Seattle: 1920-1955

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