Cotton Club Essay

-My novelette for free on the Book Smugglers website.

It’s also available as an e-book from all major online retailers and includes a very cool interview with me.

Also enjoying a slice of lemon pound cake and iced ruby nectar tea.

“Eadie Was a Lady” was recorded by Cab Calloway on December 7, 1932.

Read the full story → PART 3: THE MOVIE CAREER (by Keller WHALEN) The Sepia Mae West, Copper-Colored Mae West, Creole Mae West, Scarlett O’Hara from Lennox Avenue, Gypsy Rose Lee in Bronze, Rainy Day Sadie, the Duchess of Yorkville, the Chick with the Limber Timbre, and Miss Atomic Blues.

Read the full story → PART 4: LOS ANGELES, RECORDS, AND THE STAGE (by Keller Whalen) The Sepia Mae West, Copper-Colored Mae West, Creole Mae West, Scarlett O’Hara from Lennox Avenue, Gypsy Rose Lee in Bronze, Rainy Day Sadie, the Duchess of Yorkville, the Chick with the Limber Timbre, and Miss Atomic Blues.

Today, The Hi De Ho Blog is happy to welcome an essay on this song, sharply written by one of the biggest Cab Calloway fan I know: Keller WHALEN.

This American guy, friend of mine has digged the roots and the many covers of that song with such strange lyrics...

-I started a story two years ago in a wonderful speculative fiction workshop run by Samantha Bryant.

I am generally fascinated by the time period of the 1920s-1940s and have always been interested in the Cotton Club as my maternal grandmother danced there for a brief period.

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