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Saturday, Nov 3, 2012 8:00 PM

Said to have the voice of Koko Taylor – named one of the ten great women of Chicago blues – and declared by some to be the next “Queen of the Blues,” Nora Jean (Bruso) Wallace was born and raised in Greenwood, Mississippi, a town famous for producing a variety of blues and gospel greats. Her father was Bobby Lee Wallace, a blues singer and sharecropper; her mother was Ida Lee Wallace, a gospel singer. With a heritage like that you could say that Nora Jean Wallace was born to sing the blues.


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Said to have the voice of Koko Taylor – named one of the ten great women of Chicago blues – and declared by some to be the next “Queen of the Blues,” Nora Jean (Bruso) Wallace was born and raised in Greenwood, Mississippi, a town famous for producing a variety of blues and gospel greats. Her father was Bobby Lee Wallace, a blues singer and sharecropper; her mother was Ida Lee Wallace, a gospel singer. With a heritage like that you could say that Nora Jean Wallace was born to sing the blues.

$22 Members, $25 Advance, $28 Door - Plus Fees

No Refunds

Dennos Museum Members must Login to gain access to Member Pricing.


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