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"edward sisters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Kids but I look at some of my female peers that are full time musicians and that have had children and either they've had to have family members watch their children when they travel on the road or as some would take them with them there is a beautiful picture of the late pianist Geri Allen was fabulous stuff okay here with her son strapped to our and it's just it's a wonderful photo but you know there is you either have to take them with you and try to get help on the road when you're kicking or it's just it's a lot more difficult for women and girls I think it's also a lot of women because of that I've chosen not to have children because a large percentage of people I work with women that I worked with that didn't have children for that reason okay well let's talk about how he started out in the region he picked up the violin when you were four years old is that correct yes hello yes why did you choose that particular instrument actually I started on piano it too and that was just because my yeah hi my older brothers were already taking piano lessons and my mom said that I walked up to the piano one day when they were having a lesson and started playing one of the pieces they have been working on and the teacher tested me and saw that I had a gift to be able to play back what I heard and so I started piano lessons but I was too young the teacher was trying to teach me how to read and I had no interest in reading I just wanted to write my own little song so when I was four this isn't the math that was offered for strings for the first time in Detroit where I grew up and this panel's you're comma mom is that she thought this would be the perfect method for me and you see how did you come to be a baritone sax from stilted festivals neighborhood plan okay and the same thing I was always in the house if a very young age was always sitting at the piano noodling and does love arranging at school had fantastic music teaches all the way along who would encourage me and then the baritone sax came after I studied at university silences composition to begin with there was no jazz anyway sturdy and unnoticed that sounds quite a small group jazz and these the musicians were writing for themselves so as a composer couldn't see what role I would have in the environment I want to be part of it but couldn't see where I would fit in and then it was when I was about twenty one twenty two for the first ten sacks came and I thought well I need to be part of that world to come to sit right for I need to play this one it's with a quick reminder that you are listening to the conversation my guests of two women who are committed to promoting and supporting women in jazz they are the composer conductor and award winning musician he said Barrett and the wood winning American jazz violinist Regina Carter never deny that we almost had to pick a truck to get a flavor of some of your music and you've picked one called Judy tell us about your teeth I recorded Judy my last CD which is entitled accentuate the positive L. accentuate the positive and it was to honor Ella Fitzgerald for her one hundredth birthday and I wanted to choose tunes that either people hadn't heard before or they may be forgotten about so I called it my B. side record and this tune I could not find a recording of Ellis singing this tune it's a Hoagy Carmichael tune but it pretty much put her on the map she entered the amateur night at the Apollo as a teenager but she was going to dance actually that was her passion but she saw a group called the Edward sisters go on before her dance group and knew that she couldn't compete against them so she decided at the last minute to sing this this tune she just learned and it's called Judy and she won she won the first prize was twenty five dollars in.
"edward sisters" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"<hes> shining hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States for more than half a century. She won thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald. Ella Jean Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry. Mary Ellis parents separated shortly after birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe Longtime Boyfriend Joseph Dasilva three soon became four as L._S.. Half off sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs and L. occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood where Ella made friends easily she considered ourself more of a tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games sports aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen thirty two ellas mom tempe he died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her Stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter Ellis stepsister Francis came to live with them to. Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers eventually ella escape from the reformatory former Tory she was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression in Nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing at the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night <music> two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the Edward Sisters and they closed the show with about and I when I saw those ladies Dan I says no way I'm going out there and try. They asked if they stop the show she was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show she changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. I want I got out there. Somebody hollow nobody. What is she going? What do she made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band play Hoagy Carmichael Judy Heavens her to my duty by the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band that night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent Benny introduced to people who could help launch her career? The the era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of Bebop L._S.. Successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band she began to experiment with scat singing eventually turning it into an. Art In nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery rhyme a-tisket a-tasket a million copies of the album were sold it hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella Ella was suddenly famous. Her Life Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty six L. fell in love with bassist Ray Brown. The two got married and adopted a son array junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends. Ella worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty four ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musician songs including those by Cole Porter Duke Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and hart. Ella continued to work throughout her life. By the nineteen nineties she had recorded more than two hundred albums. She received the Kennedy Center Honors The U._S. National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and Letters Award thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all of these younger ones coming up. I ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning how to Rep- in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety nine hundred ninety three she had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. Surgery and on June Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills home fans all over the world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star.
"edward sisters" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Oldest boy of six kids were very close until year ago when Edward was eighteen years old. Quicker show that on January third of twenty eighteen Edward Cordeiro was on a busy subway platform. In Brooklyn, sixty five year old hunting Suarez was also there waiting for the train. According to witnesses and Edwards own statement to the police Edward was talking about God, spirits, and the devil. Any believed sweaters was the devil at two twenty five pm Edward punch twice from behind causing him to fall into the train tracks. So I you suffered a heart attack and died. A new York Daily News video captured Edward moments after his arrest. Who died? He says. He's competed. Confused. He keeps saying like what did I do like they keep telling me that killed them in. But I don't remember what happened on that subway platform is tragic, and it's extremely rare studies show that most people with mental illness are not violent. But the subway attack is also emblematic of something far too common in New York City and beyond serious, mental illness that goes untreated Edward sister Dari says he was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. And although we can't independently confirm that she says he was in and out of hospitals and on and off medication for years. She told us that at the time of the subway attack. He had recently been released from a hospital and may have gone off his medication. He was I got that wasn't mean like that was on mean like I thought that was the devil. And I punched him the way date. Edward is now in jail at Rikers island awaiting trial, and while his name is no longer in.
"edward sisters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Oldest boy of six kids were very close until a year ago when Edward was eighteen years old. Court records show that on January third of twenty eighteen Edward Cordeiro was on a busy subway platform in Brooklyn sixty five year old hustling dose. What is was? Also there waiting for the train. According to witnesses and Edwards own statement to the police Edward was talking about God, spirits, and the devil. And he believed sweaters was the devil at two twenty five pm Edward punched swat is from behind causing him to fall onto the train tracks. So what is suffered a heart attack and died. The new York Daily News video captured Edward moments after his arrest. Who died? He says. He's completely confused. It keeps saying what did I do? Like, the keeps telling me that the main. But I don't remember what happened on that subway platform is tragic, and it's extremely rare studies show that most people with mental illness are not violent. But the subway attack is also emblematic of something far too common in New York City n beyond serious mental illness that goes untreated Edward sister Dari says he was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. And although we can't independently confirm that she says he was in and out of hospitals and on and off medication for years. She told us that at the time of the subway attack. He had recently been released from a hospital and may have gone off his medication. He was I got that wasn't mean that was on me. Like, I thought that was a devil. And that's why I punched him the way I date. Edward is now in jail at Rikers island awaiting trial, and while his name is no longer in the headlines..
"edward sisters" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"A man for having a son that breaks the law when he is in fact somebody working in law enforcement right and somebody else told this man you know even the best mechanic in town his car breaks down on the highway sometimes good analogy i like that and i that i think means something that should mean something i know that to this man it made him feel better about his situation that could just be the situation with that we have here with vernon zeljo now before we move on from the zeljo family too much we did talk about deakins ex wife amanda i want to make sure that i include this before we move on from her when she spoke to reporters not only did she say that she believed deakin is capable of murder and passed along those threats that he had made to her and some of her friends she also passes along saying the deacon had sent her a letter in september of two thousand sixteen so one year before they found the body of edward hill house and in this letter deacon had roe cryptically of what lies below the fields of my favorite back roads and of people feeding his gardens so once again we see these these weird telling where he's almost telling people that he's killed and buried yellen did this with a edward sister kayla as well as weird cryptic again though i mean this guy thought he was some godlike character um you know so it's he's throw piece of work now when i did get the chance to speak with kayla and we were talking about the vernons relationship with her with his sons kayla had an opinion on this in her opinion was that deacon was the quote unquote favorite son that did vernon had protected him that he was kind of always a bad guy he was always kind of involved in wrong things and it is of her belief that the he that vernon has kept deacon out of trouble and when i asked her regarding bill what about why it you know he's he's known to have gone to prison for drugs and for theft ryan she said that the relationship was not the same with.
"edward sisters" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Double making sons yeah there weren't like the dukes of hazzard the district good old boys these words this pieces as she it well the always calls in some harm throughout the crazy thing here is the shortly after this case broke after they recovered the body of edward and made the arrest on zeke inzell deakins elche sorry that pretty zekan zeljo fivetime tesco they interviewed why is out the brother and he had just been recently released from prison he did a stint there for drugs and theft murray and his interview in i know you've seen this captain it's it's strange shifts to put it politely he's basically he's outside and he's smoking a cigarette and he's talking about his family right and the big question like we were talking about before is what the hell is his motive what the hell is deakins motive i mean it seems like everybody even even a edward sister says look these were friends in yeah and yet deacons this horrible dude but edwards at least his friend so what's his motivation and so that's what they are asking deakins brother yeah and why it basically says we're all lunatics everyone every last one of us the whole goddamn family right we're all lunatics and he says this he said it's the the person you don't see is the dr jekyll and mr hyde persona and he says that his father has that his brother he has that his sister's his mother the whole family he says aim family are not nice people we were not raised to be nice we were raised to be mean and hateful people he also told reporters that he has no doubt the deacon killed edward he also stated when talking about deakin that he didn't know.
"edward sisters" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Um nothing was ever done it went on and it went on until the fall of two thousand seventeen win the new chiefs of crawford asked to bring on a different task force and that being franklin county and when they brought on franklin county with i don't know a couple of days will be talking to one that that does and september i found my brother and less than twenty days so i was always told from the beginning to things can do nothing on hearsay or they didn't have enough to bring them in for questioning twenty eight year old edward hill house was last seen leaving his sister's house and bourbon missouri back in april of two thousand sixteen now we had to local agencies investigating this missingpersons case the local police department in the crawford county sheriff's office while after a changing of the guard after the chief in the sheriff retired and we brought in some new leaders maybe some better leaders one might think this investigation took a turn and this was win a vice squad was brought in to launch a new investigation we have this confidential informant that he merges and i guess while we shouldn't say emerges because this person has really been there all along this is a person that edward sister kayla had told investigators early on to talk to this person and you heard her just in that trailer there now regarding the confidential and four in the information that this person may have provided to law enforcement we can gather this according to the probable cause statement filed in the crawford county prosecutor's office the informant connected to the investigation told authorities that deakin jay zell ch admitted to killing edward hill house by shooting him in the head with a twenty two caliber rifle back in april of two thousand sixteen the witness told authorities with the multi county narcotics and violent crimes unit remember this is the vice squad that was brought in he told them that on the day after edward hill house went missing so this would be april 27th two thousand sixteen that he had went to the house and he had seen the body of edward hill house on the couch in the home of deakins out on the rumor then was that he shot edward while he was sleeping on the couch yeah and you know when we first.
"edward sisters" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Thai interviewing people you're not faultier linking if you're looking the other way because you know someone they because you know this else family and your you don't want to offend anybody or you don't want to throw anybody under the bus then yes you're doing you're doing the wrong thing you're you're not doing what you swore to do which is protect the people of your jurisdiction and that's why you have satterfield chief satterfield the new new chief calling in this vice squad from franklin county yeah iit satterfield they have no ties the they may not even know anybody from crawford county or from the bourbon police department so they're gonna go in there and be able to look at this thing and not have any worries about it not have any preconceived notions about anybody right they're going to be able in actually go in there and do their jobs do what these other officers and investigators should have done from the getgo they're going to go in there the situation we have rain is that there aren't going they're they're going to do their due diligence well and we have we were able to speak with edward sister kayla in that's who you heard earlier in the show discussing her relationship with her brother and what type of person he was and she also new deacon zilch the person that she pointed out to investigators should be someone that they should talk to and we get to here kayla describe deakin zeljo and described the relationship that her brother had with him.
"edward sisters" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Berate his mother sherri went on to mary benny compton of force if missouri edward moved to bourbon and two thousand eleven to be closer to his sister edward was very close with his sister edward sister kayla hill house was edwards best friend and he was good friends with her fiance chase tall ever prior to the disappearance edward jr hill house was described as a resident of case ville missouri might be cast ville missouri apologize which is a town of of a little more than thirty two hundred people in berry county missouri which is in this southwestern portion of the state mena they're very small town both of these extremely small towns yes uh everyone who had the privilege of meeting edward will tell you the same thing that he was kind loving funny and would do anything for anyone he was known for his goofy smile bright blue eyes edward had three true passions fishing arrowhead hunting and working on cars he grew up fishing with his family on a bull shores lake there wasn't a time that he didn't catch something so apparently is very good it the fishing him his aunt in his father's shared a love for arrowheads and altogether they had a great collection as for cars apparently edward could fix anything he loved the challenge when it came to working on somebody's vehicle so a very troubling disappearance here captain we have a person that is well he has places that he scheduled to be he doesn't see his sister the thing that i have a problem with here is we have someone that is described as being very close to his family especially his sister and he this guy's not heard from yeah he he supposed to meet these people i don't know who these people are but he supposed to meet these people and then he's not heard from again this is not.
"edward sisters" Discussed on WGN Radio
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