Christine Kittrell

Christine Kittrell was an American R&B singer, who first recorded tracks in 1951 with Louis Brooks and his Band. Kittrell was born in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, and made her professional debut as a singer with Louis Brooks and his Band in 1945. She also toured with Joe Turner's band. Her first record, "Old Man You're Slipping", was made with Brooks in 1951 for the Tennessee record label, and one of her most successful records, "Sittin' Here Drinking" in 1952, featured members of Fats Domino's band. She sang in clubs in New Orleans as well as Nashville, and became the featured singer with Paul "Hucklebuck" Williams's band in late 1952. In ... more on Wikipedia

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