Blanche Calloway was an accomplished jazz singer, composer, and bandleader known for her flamboyant performing style. She was the first woman to lead an all-male orchestra, and was a major influence on the career and style of her younger brother, Cab. In later years, she was a DJ and program director at WMBM in Miami Beach; while in Florida, she became the first Black precinct voting clerk, and the first Black woman to vote in Florida in 1958.
Sanguine Fromage, WERU radio personality since 2005, current host of UpFront Soul, former host of The Nightfly, Off the Wall, Enjoy Yourself, and Sound Travels.
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