Ella Fitzgerald

The Jazz musician Ella Fitzgerald sold over 40 million copies of her more than 70 albums in her career won 13 Grammys and collaborated with many recognized artists such as Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and Count Basie. She is best known for interpreting the Great American Songbook and for being the first African-American women to win a Grammy Award. She died of diabetes on June 15th, 1996.

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