contains recorded sound, photographs, music scores, promotional material, awards and other
materials relating to the career of American jazz and blues singer Pat Yankee dating from
Pat Yankee (1927- ) is an American jazz and blues singer and songwriter. Yankee began
performing at the Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco at thirteen and was touring as a teen
with the Ted Lewis review and Milt Britton Comedy Band. She is the recipient of the Bay Area
Critics Award for Best Female in a Musical for her performance in "To Bessie, With Love,"
and has been a recording artist with record lables RCA, Roulette and GHB.
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