Contemporary Hispanic Biography, Volume 2 by Ashyia Henderson

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Though she sang in her school choir, it was rejection from the girls’ glee club that moved Baez to improve her singing voice. While also studying the ukulele—country and R&B tunes were her favorites—it took her one summer of singing in the shower to achieve the “mature” voice she was after. Met Martin Luther King, Jr. As her confidence grew, Baez began performing impromptu concerts in her school lunchroom, and her social standing changed from self-conscious outsider to popular entertainer. It was also during this era that she 30 • Contemporary Hispanic Biography • Volume 2 At a Glance .

2, Vanguard, 1961. Joan Baez in Concert, Pt. 2 (Bonus Tracks) (live), Vanguard, 1963. Joan Baez in Concert, Pt. 1 (Bonus Tracks) (live), Vanguard, 1963. Joan Baez in Concert, Pt. 1 (live), Vanguard, 1963. Joan Baez in Concert, Pt. 2 (live), Vanguard, 1963. Joan Baez 5, Vanguard, 1964. Farewell, Angelina, Vanguard, 1965. Noël, Vanguard, 1966. Joan, Vanguard, 1967. Any Day Now, Vanguard, 1968. Baptism, Vanguard, 1968. David’s Album,Vanguard, 1969. In Concert 2 (live), Vanguard, 1970. Baez, Joan, And A Voice to Sing With, Summit Books, 1987.

The two appeared together in the films The Long, Long Trailer and Forever Darling. They made a fortune on reruns—the first of a current show in television history—that catered to new television owners who had missed the first episodes of the show. Desilu bought RKO Studios, where the couple had first met, in 1957. In its heyday, Desilu grossed about $15 million per year and employed 800 people. , 1976. , 1998. The success took its toll on the couple, and they struggled to maintain their happy persona on the air.

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