Nellie Lutcher (born October 15, 1912, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA - died June 8, 2007, Los Angeles, California, USA) was American R&B and jazz singer and pianist, who gained prominence in the late 1940's and early 1950's. She is the sister of Joe Lutcher.
McClung was active in many organizations. She founded the Winnipeg Political Equality League and the Federated Women's Institutes of Canada-"the largest adult education movement in Canada"-and the Women's Institute of Edmonton, of which she was the first president. to bring children into the world, suffering from the handicaps caused by ignorance, poverty, or criminality of the parents, is an appalling crime against the innocent and hopeless, and yet one about which practically nothing is said. Marriage, homemaking, and the rearing of children are left entirely to chance, and so it is no wonder that humanity produces so many specimens who, if they were silk stockings or boots, would be marked seconds. McClung and others believed the sterilization procedures would prevent further problems.
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At age 12, she played with Ma Rainey, when Rainey's regular pianist fell ill and had to be left behind in the previous town. Lutcher, Nellie Filmography. Sunny Side Up. 1994, role: actress, character name: Herself. 1947, role: actress, character name: Herself.
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More Cowbell" is a comedy sketch that aired on Saturday Night Live on April 8, 2000. The sketch is presented as an episode of VH1's documentary series Behind the Music that fictionalizes the recording of the song "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult.
Nellie Lutcher & Her Rhythm (4-CD Box Set). 50 Memorial Day Sale. Tracks of Disc 1. ne I Love, The (Belongs to Somebody Else). 1. he Heart of a Clown. eepin' Out of Mischief Now. 2. hen They Ask About You. ow Many More. akin' a Chance on Love. ill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home. Tracks of Disc 4. ut of This World.
Nellie Lutcher, singer: born Lake Charles, Louisiana 15 October 1915; twice married, secondly Leonel Lewis (one son); died Los Angeles 8 June 2007. Nellie Lutcher's passionate vocals and piano playing have influenced many performers, notably Nina Simone, although Lutcher herself is only known for a few records, notably "He's a Real Gone Guy", "My Mother's Eyes" and "Fine Brown Frame"
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