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before the One a men that Job Dealer."' * * * Auld Lang Swing: ~ Up Hariem way sentiment hung so heavy the other night it fairly ·__ dripped. The Plantation Club, which ··" stands on the site of the old and famous Cotton Club, decided to · bring together the three most cele- brated stars who had ever appeared appeared there. They called Ethel '= Waters, Cab Galloway and Duke Ellington, and the reminiscences' and tears--flowed in an unceasii stream. Ethel did her classic rendition of one of the grsat torch songs of our time "Stormy Weather"--the song that catapulted her to fame. ,' Cab went into "Minnie the Moocher" Moocher" which was his springboard to i prominence, and Ellington played his "Black and Tan Fantasy."

Clipped from The News20 Sep 1938, TuePage 4

The News (Frederick, Maryland)20 Sep 1938, TuePage 4
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