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Leola Wilson

(June 17th 1893 - ?)

Born Leola B. Pettigrew in Birmingham, Alabama in 1893 she began her singing career on the Vaudeville circuit in Atlanta, Georgia circa 1900. Known by the stage name Coot she married fellow performer Isiah Grant in 1913 and would later wed Wesley Wilson following his death in 1920. The husband and wife musical comedy duo appeared billed under a number of names including "Grant & Wilson", "Kid & Coot", and "Hunter & Jenkins" and penned more than four-hundred songs together.


Dying Blues (2:50)

Get Off With Me (3:09)

Scoop It (2:46)

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