Masters of American Music: Billie Holiday
This film showcases the many faces of Billie Holiday, who, along with Louis Armstrong, invented modern jazz singing. The film includes a reading from Holiday's autobiography by stage and screen actress Ruby Dee.
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60-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance
Sept 6 at 5:00AM ET/PT
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