Who is Ethel Waters?

  • (noun): United States actress and singer (1896-1977).
    Synonyms: Waters

Ethel Waters

Ethel Waters (October 31, 1896 – September 1, 1977) was an American blues, jazz and gospel vocalist and actress. She frequently performed jazz, big band, and pop music, on the Broadway stage and in concerts, although she began her career in the 1920s singing blues.

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Chronological Classics Complete Discography - 700 - 799
1926-27 719 Benny Goodman 1931-33 720 Fats Waller 1929-34 721 Ethel Waters 1929-31 722 Meade Lux Lewis 1927-39 723 Boots And His Buddies 1935-37 724 Slim Gaillard 1939-40 725 Roy Eldridge 1935-40. 1934-35 733 Claude Hopkins 1937-40 734 Bunny Berigan 1935-36 735 Ethel Waters 1931-34 736 Clarence Williams 737 ... Eddie South 1937-41 738 Boots And His Buddies. 773 Nat King Cole 1940-41 774 Wingy Manone 1927-34 775 Ethel Waters 1923-25 776 Fats Waller 1935-36 777 Django Reinhardt 1937-38 778 Bix Beiderbecke 1924-27 779 Stéphane Grappelli 1941-43 780 Duke ...
Ethel Waters - Stage Appearances
... Calico (1926-1927) Paris Bound (1927) Africana (1927) The Ethel Waters Broadway Revue (1928) Lew Leslie's Blackbirds (1930) Rhapsody in Black (1931) Broadway to Harlem (1932) As Thousands Cheer (1933-1934) At Home ...
At Home Abroad - Musical Numbers
... The Survey Dinner Napkins - Eddie Foy, Jr, James McColl Hottentot Potentate - Ethel Waters Paree - Beatrice Lillie Thief in the Night - Ethel Waters Love Is a ...
Blackbirds Of 1928 - 1933 Recordings
... with Harry and Donald Mills-Shuffle Your Feet (And Just Roll Along) and Bandana Babies 6517 Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington His Famous Orchestra-I Can't Give You ...

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    I have no acting technique.... I act instinctively. That’s why I can’t play any role that isn’t based on something in my life.
    Ethel Waters (1900–1977)

    The seeds of the life of fishes are everywhere disseminated, whether the winds waft them, or the waters float them, or the deep earth holds them; wherever a pond is dug, straightway it is stocked with this vivacious race. They have a lease of nature, and it is not yet out.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The very “in” had babies the same time Ethel [Kennedy] did, in the same hospital, with the same obstetrician ...
    Barbara Howar (b. 1934)