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J.T. Gipson

J.T. Gipson

J.T. Gipson was the lead entertainment writer for black L.A. weekly the California Eagle in the 1948, covering all the major R&B and Jazz acts visiting the city. He died in 1952.

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Little Miss Cornshucks: Gipson Interviews Little Miss Cornshucks at Last Word Club

Report and Interview by J.T. Gipson, California Eagle, The, September 1948

EVER SO OFTEN an act comes along that merits our warmest praise; this week the nitelife spotlight points with pride on an energetic little lass ...

Joe Liggins & His Honeydrippers: Downbeat Club, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by J.T. Gipson, California Eagle, The, July 1948

Joe Liggins And His Crew Click At Downbeat Nitery ...

Nat King Cole: Gip Interviews King Cole in Columbus, O., and California

Report and Interview by J.T. Gipson, California Eagle, The, July 1948

I FIRST MET Nat Cole, leader of the world famous King Cole trio, at 2 ayem in the morning standing bareheaded in front of the ...

T-Bone Walker, Jimmy Witherspoon: T-Bone Opens to Capacity Crowd at Last Word

Live Review by J.T. Gipson, California Eagle, The, May 1948

Cafe Society Fetes Noted Blues Singer in High Fashion ...

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