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Perry Bradford (14 February 1893, Montgomery, Alabama – 20 April 1970, New York City) was an African American composer, songwriter, and vaudeville performer. Perry Bradford grew up in Atlanta where his family moved when he was six, and in 1906 started working with minstrel shows. He played in Chicago as a solo pianist as early as 1909 and visited New York City the following year. Through extensive experience with traveling minstrel shows and theatre companies, Bradford obtained huge exposure and experience… read more

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