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Delaney Hovis

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Cole took piano lessons in order to learn how to read music.“Inspired by show business, Cole formed his own big band, the Rogues of Rhythm. His older brother Eddie, previously bassist with Noble Sissle's orchestra, joined him.” His father was the pastor of the First Baptist Church.
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“His specialty was piano in the tradition of "cool" jazz.” Some of his hits are “Its Only A Paper Moon” (1943), “The Christmas Song”, (1946), “Nature Boy” (1948), and “Mona Lisa” (1950).
Nat King Cole
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Nat King Cole
Later on he married Maria Cole and had three daughters. They were named Carol, Timlin, and Natalie. Sadly he died in 1965 from throat cancer.
Nat King Cole
Nat King Cole was born into the Coles family on March 17, 1919 in Montgomery Alabama. “By the time he was twelve, Nat King Cole was playing the organ and singing in the choir of his father's church.”
His recording of “Straighten Up and Fly Right” (1943) won him fame. As he continued to perform as a jazz musician his image as a singer dominated and took over rest of his career.
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