Guterl also takes pains to track the overall impact that Josephine Baker
had on her adopted children and her own birth family (primarily her mother), and argues effectively that these effects ought to be as important to any evaluation of her true legacy as her impact on the adoring public that her fantastical performances and persona commanded.
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One of the many highlights of her career was sharing the stage with the famous Josephine Baker
I also have a collection of rare feathers I got from a famous place in France that supplied feathers to Josephine Baker
, Mistinguett, and all the showgirls in Paris for 300 years.
She also reels off Jimi Hendrix, Kate Bush, Grace Jones and Josephine Baker
as her style inspiration.
She was named Stella Josephine after the Morning Star and American artist, Josephine Baker
The 19th-century French chateau once belonging to actress and entertainer Josephine Baker
is now on the market for $16.
Opened in 1992 in what used to be a Moroccan prince's residence, the five-star La Mamounia has welcomed a host of entertainers and politicians including Josephine Baker
, Edith Piaf, Orson Welles and several US presidents.
Critics dubbed her the next Josephine Baker
, and Orson Welles called her "the most exciting woman in the world.
Cheng is finishing a book, to be published by Oxford University Press, about African-American entertainer Josephine Baker
who became famous in Paris in the 1920s.
Sure to be featured in celebrations of Black History month, Joan Betty Stuchner's Josephine's Dream is based on the life of Josephine Baker
, prominent in the American civil rights movement.
The singer will be accompanied by French pianist Franck Monbaylet and the performance will cover popular cabaret songs from the 20th century including choices by Josephine Baker
, Serge Gainsbourg, Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour and others.