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Howard, Camille

LC control no.n 95065508
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Personal name headingHoward, Camille
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Variant(s)Browning, Deasy
Browning, Camille Agnes
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1914-03-29
Death date1993-03-10
Place of birthGalveston (Tex.)
Place of deathLos Angeles (Calif.)
Field of activityRhythm and blues music
Profession or occupationRhythm and blues musicians Pianists Singers
Found inLegendary missing masters, p1983: label (Camille Howard)
Howard, Camille. X-temperaneous boogie, 1989: container (Camille Howard, b. Mar. 29, 1914, Galveston, Texas; pianist and singer)
Oxford music online, July 17, 2017: New Grove dictionary of jazz, 2nd edition (Howard, Camille (Agnes); born March 29, 1914, Galveston, TX; died March 10, 1993, Los Angeles; American pianist and singer; performed with Roy Milton's band)
Wikipedia, July 17, 2017 (Camille Howard; born Deasy Browning, March 29, 1914, Galveston, Texas, but grew up using the name Camille Agnes Browning; she was using the name Camille Howard by the time she moved to California in the early 1940s; American rhythm and blues pianist and singer, who first came to prominence in Roy Milton's Solid Senders in the 1940s)