Mary Lou Williams
14 Shouts - 203,015 Scrobbles
Mary Lou Williams (May 8, 1910 – May 28, 1981) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger. She was born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs in Atlanta, Georgia and grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a very young child she taught herself to play the piano (her first public performance was at the age of six). She became a professional musician in her teens. In 1930, she joined Andy Kirk's Twelve Clouds of Joy, of which her first husband, saxophonist John Williams, was already a member, and became the band's leading soloist, composer, and arranger.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Devil - (4:00) - 4,993 plays
- It Ain’t Necessarily So - (4:42) - 1,895 plays
- Praise The Lord - (5:54) - 343 plays
- It Ain't Necessarily So - (4:40) - 390 plays
- The Devil - Chorale Vocal - 259 plays
- My Blue Heaven - (3:06) - 211 plays
- Taurus - (2:15) - 185 plays
- Anima Christi - (3:40) - 196 plays
- Night Life - (3:00) - 162 plays
- Dirge Blues - (3:21) - 171 plays