September 20, 2010 – Hour 2

On the second hour of today’s show we return to an interview about the golden age of jazz, with a Baltimore native who was one of the great performers of that time.  Legendary jazz singer, composer, pianist, and band leader Ethel Ennis and her husband Earl Arnett join Marc for a discussion about performing, realizing that some things are more important than fame, and the history of the jazz scene in Baltimore.

Written by Marc Steiner

Marc Steiner

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  1. Kevin Estis says:

    I have a very nice b&w photo taken of Ethel in 1961. The photographers name is in the lower right hand corner, Marvin or Tarvin, hard to say for sure. It measures 7 x 9 1/2″.

    I would like to give it to her, if she wants it. It’s in vg cond.
    How can I do this? If you can forward this message to her maybe she could contact me if she wants it. I don’t want anything for it. I just thought maybe she’d like it.

    Thank you,


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