Lottie Kimbrough (1893 or 1900 – unknown) was an American country blues singer, who was also billed as Lottie Beaman (her married name), Lottie Kimborough, and Lena Kimbrough (among several other names). She was a large woman and was nicknamed "the Kansas City Butterball". Her recording career lasted from 1924 to 1929. Allmusic journalist Burgin Mathews wrote that "Kimbrough's vocal power, and the unique arrangements of several of her best pieces, rank her as one of the sizable talents of the 1920s blues tradition."

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  • Lottie Beaman (eigentlich Lottie Kimbrough, * 1900 in West Bottoms, Kansas City (Missouri); † nach 1929) war eine US-amerikanische Bluessängerin und Musikerin. (de)
  • Lottie Kimbrough (1893 or 1900 – unknown) was an American country blues singer, who was also billed as Lottie Beaman (her married name), Lottie Kimborough, and Lena Kimbrough (among several other names). She was a large woman and was nicknamed "the Kansas City Butterball". Her recording career lasted from 1924 to 1929. Allmusic journalist Burgin Mathews wrote that "Kimbrough's vocal power, and the unique arrangements of several of her best pieces, rank her as one of the sizable talents of the 1920s blues tradition." (en)
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  • 1920-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 1920-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Lottie Beaman; "The Kansas City Butterball"; Lottie Kimborough; Lena Kimbrough; Clara Cary; Jennie Brooks; Lottie Brown; Lottie Emerson; Mae Moran; Martha Jackson (en)
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  • solo_singer
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  • 1900-1-1
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  • 1928-0-0
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  • 1893 (xsd:integer)
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  • Unknown
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  • Vocals
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  • *Singer *songwriter
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  • American country blues singer (en)
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  • Lottie Beaman (eigentlich Lottie Kimbrough, * 1900 in West Bottoms, Kansas City (Missouri); † nach 1929) war eine US-amerikanische Bluessängerin und Musikerin. (de)
  • Lottie Kimbrough (1893 or 1900 – unknown) was an American country blues singer, who was also billed as Lottie Beaman (her married name), Lottie Kimborough, and Lena Kimbrough (among several other names). She was a large woman and was nicknamed "the Kansas City Butterball". Her recording career lasted from 1924 to 1929. Allmusic journalist Burgin Mathews wrote that "Kimbrough's vocal power, and the unique arrangements of several of her best pieces, rank her as one of the sizable talents of the 1920s blues tradition." (en)
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  • Lottie Beaman (de)
  • Lottie Kimbrough (en)
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  • female (en)
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  • Lottie (en)
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  • Lottie Kimbrough (en)
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  • Kimbrough (en)
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