Kansas City Jazz Singer And Wild Woman Myra Taylor Dies...
Singer Myra Taylor was one of the last living links to Kansas Citys jazz heyday of the 1930s. Taylor died Friday, December 9, 2011 at the age of 94.According to The Kansas City Star: Taylor had been under hospice care at the Swope Ridge Geriatric Center, 5900 Swope Parkway, for more than three months, said her manager, Dawayne Gilley. Her final performance was July 24 at Jardines, 4536 Main St., where she performed with the Wild Women of Kansas City, a jazz vocal quartet.
Charlie Pryor And The Brush Creek Follies
To Rebecca Pryor, her grandfather Charlie was a kind of Pied Piper. Everywhere he went, he made music that thrilled listeners.Charlie Pryor was a percussionist, specializing in drum set, xylophone and a homemade musical washboard supped up with cowbells and horns.
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