Betty Roché - Bio and Creative Works

Betty Roché

SINGER • JAZZ MUSICIAN
Born
1920-01-09
Died
1999-02-16
Age (at death)
79
Citizenship
United States of America
From
Wilmington, United States
Bio

Mary Elizabeth Roché was an American blues singer. Though she had a sporadic career, she became best known for her version of "Take the "A" Train" with its composer Duke Ellington, and, according to AllMusic, "was famous for her strong, dramatic way of putting across blues material". - Wikipedia

Select Creative Works

ALBUM • 2000

by Betty Roché

ALBUM • 1992

by Betty Roché

ALBUM • 1992

by Betty Roché

EP • 1946

by Betty Roché, Teddy Wilson Sextet

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