Vet (1911-1988), Connie (1907-1976) and Martha (1905-1958) Boswell are considered one of the best all-around jazz vocal groups of all time. They first began performing in vaudeville houses in New Orleans and began recording in 1930. In the next six years, before Vet and Martha retired, they gained international fame via radio, recordings, movies, and theater appearances. Connie continued on with a solo career and continued recording into the 1960s.
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AMG: Connie Boswell
Biography and discography of the lead singer of The Boswell Sisters.
The Boswell Museum of Music
Located in East Springfield, New York, the museum preserves and presents popular music, jazz, and social history of the 1920's and 1930's through live performance and exhibits. Includes profile of the sisters with audio sample, collections, and upcoming and past programs.
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