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Hit Songs and Stories of the Women of Vaudeville 

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For adults

 

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The Ain't Misbehavins
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Many women singers of the early 1900s had strong roots in vaudeville. This made for some fun, sweet, and saucy music! The Ain’t Misbehavins' will talk briefly about these incredible women and perform some of their songs which have become blues or jazz standards that are still played in clubs today.

 

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