i am pretty sure he did. However some people have died of lung cancer, not b/c of smoking. But i saw a pic of him smoking on google images
Just read on Dr Greene.com that there is no reason to exclude kids with roseola from school.
Type your answer here... they both sng the blues and they mixed gospel and blues togethere
Duke Ellington was born in Washington D.C. on April 29, 1899 and stayed there until he moved with his band to NYC.
no, but mercer ellington is you were close!
Big bands were how people entertained themselves before T.V. They went out and danced to their music.
Duke Ellington was born on April 29, 1899
John F. Kennedy who was the 35th US president, was assassinated on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. His funeral was held in Washington D.C. at St. Matthew's Cathedral. It was attended by 1,200 invited guests. He was then buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
"Cocktails for Two" was a song recorded and released by Duke Ellington in 1934.
The reason that many children did not go to school was because the family wanted them to work on the farm. there was not a law that said people had to go to school.
Big Band, they genre sort of went away
Yes, he was a jazz musician and composer.
Duke Ellington was the bandleader and pianist in his jazz orchestra. He also composed and co-composed over 3,000 songs over the course of his life, an impressive feat for any composer.
Duke Ellington's parents were Daisy Kennedy Ellington and James Edward Ellington.
Duke Ellington played at the Cotton Club, the famous Carnigie Hall and the Newport Jazz Festival, and for the the Qeen of England(my hometown)
Duke Ellington's name at birth was "Edward Kennedy Ellington"
Duke Ellington has a child named Mercer Kennedy Ellington.
how did duke ellington affect culture to this day
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Cab Calloway contributed mainly in the area of music. He was a jazz and scat singer as well as a big band leader. His band played at the famous Cotton Club. He also acted. He appeared in an all black version of Hello Dolly and made Broadway appearances.
Mother: Daisy Kennedy Ellington,Father: James EdwardEllington. His afamily was involved in music espically piano.