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a regularly scheduled period spent away from work or duty, often in recreation

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Esas cuatro canciones forman parte del repertorio clasico de Billie Holiday.
Try these: Billie Holiday, Lady Sings the Blues; Bessie Smith, The Anthology Rating .
Long may the legacy and music of Billie Holiday reign, and long may Nina take that legacy forward with her own inimitable style of performance.
Birmingham-born Nina has put together an acclaimed one-woman show to tell the Billie Holiday Story, a concert of 18 songs and stories about the American's tragic and fascinating life.
Shedd Institute for the Arts, first suggested the idea of a Billie Holiday show, Vik's instant response was: "Not with a 10-foot pole.
Referring to Billie Holiday (1915-1959) as the iconic female jazz singer, an independent scholar/biographer examines her contributions to the genre as well as the legendary aspects of her short, troubled life.
In the 1970s, a young woman named Linda Kuehl interviewed over 100 people who knew Billie Holiday for the purpose of writing a book.
Historically noteworthy, in the 1930's it was home to the legendary Hotcha Bar & Grill where Billie Holiday used to perform.
Le present article analyse l'arrestation, le proces et l'acquittement en 1949 de la celebre chanteuse de jazz, Billie Holiday, accusee de possession de stupefiants.
A few hours spent in the company of KCSN can bring the music of everyone from Johnny Cash to Billie Holiday, from Dean Martin to Dick Dale and Lucinda Williams.
The New York chanteuse has a voice to die for and on Careless Love, comparisons with Billie Holiday probably do Peyroux an injustice.
Here, warrior, enemy and music converge, and one easily accepts that "John Cokrane was a freedom fighter" that Billie Holiday spoke "in tongues of royal chanters,' We see snippets of survival both on and off stage; we taste the sourness of internal and external battles that must be absorbed by the body in order to keep breathing.
No other jazz singer could get inside lyrics as evocatively as Billie Holiday.