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Ida Cox was a 1920s blues singer who sang with Jelly Roll Morton

Ida Cox was a 1920s blues singer who sang with Jelly Roll Morton

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Ida Cox was a 1920s blues singer who sang with Jelly Roll Morton. She was called the uncrowned queen of the blues.

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Unlike many of the Classic Blues singers of the 1920s Cox continued to perform and occasionally record during the Depression.

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Unlike many of the Classic Blues singers of the 1920s Cox continued to perform and occasionally record during the Depression.

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