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Ida Cox
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    (February 25, 1896-November 10, 1967)
    Born in Toccoa, Georgia
    Died in Knoxville, Tennessee
    Recorded 'Bone Orchard Blues,' 'Any Woman Blues,' 'Four Day Creep' and 'Wild Women Don't Have the Blues'
    Known as 'The Uncrowned Queen of Blues'
    She was a teenage runaway.
    She performed in blackface during minstrel shows.
    Her raunchy lyrics and risque stage shows garnered her the title of 'Sepia Mae West.'
    Known for her business acumen, she wrote and produced her own songs.
    She suffered a stroke in 1945.
    Her classic female blues tunes tackled the struggles of Southern black women in the 1920s.

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