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Stephen Bishop

There are several prominent men named Stephen Bishop:

Stephen Bishop (cave explorer) 
an African American cave explorer in the 19th century.
Stephen Bishop (musician) 
a late-20th century American popular musician.
Stephen Bishop 
a concert pianist, now known as Stephen Kovacevich
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There are several prominent men named Stephen Bishop:. In 1980, he gained renewed interest when he appeared as a supporting character in the film, The Blues Brothers where he performed Minnie The Moocher to buy time for the Brothers to make it to their own concert. Robinson. In 1965 he starred in The Cincinnati Kid with Steve McQueen and Edward G. In 1959, he played the prominent role of "Sportin' Life" in a production of the Gershwin folk opera Porgy and Bess aside William Warfield and Leontyne Price as the title characters.

Cab took advantage of this and timed his concerts in some communities with the release of the films in order to make the most of the attention. James Infirmary Blues appeared in Betty Boop animated shorts, Minnie the Moocher and Snow White, respectively. That song and St. In 1931, he recorded his most famous song, Minnie the Moocher.

Calloway's Orchestra featured performers that included Dizzy Gillespie, Milton Hinton, Adolphus "Doc" Cheatham, and Leon "Chu" Berry. Calloway was a master of energetic scat singing and led one of the United States most popular African American big bands from the start of the 1930s through the 1950s. Cab Calloway (December 25, 1907–November 18, 1994), born Cabell Calloway III, was a famous jazz singer and bandleader.

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