The renowned jazz vocalist Ernestine Anderson, whose career spanned six decades, has died at the age of 87.
According to the Seattle Times, Anderson attended Garfield High School and came up in Seattle’s jazz scene in the mid-1940s. She found success in Los Angeles and on the road — then at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and so many other places. She was nominated for a Grammy four times.
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