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985d112f2e Retrieved August 9, 2013Roulette's roster also included Count Basie, Joe Williams, Dinah Washington, Lambert, Hendricks and Ross and Maynard FergusonGrammy Hall of Fame Year Recorded Title Genre Label Year inducted 1954 Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown Jazz (Album) Mercury 1999 1946 "If You Could See Me Now" Jazz (Single) Musicraft 1998 15-01-2015, 10:53 Jazz Vocal Jazz iTunes Vaughan began a relationship with Waymon Reed, a trumpet player 16 years her junior who was playing with the Count Basie bandA performance of her symphonic Gershwin program with the New Jersey Symphony in 1980 was broadcast on PBS and won her an Emmy Award the next year for "Individual Achievement, Special Class." She was reunited in 1982 with Tilson Thomas for a modified version of the Gershwin program, played again by the Los Angeles Philharmonic but this time in its home hall, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion; the CBS recording of the concert, Gershwin Live!, won a Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female, and has become something of a classic itselfThe New York TimesIn December 1974, Vaughan played a private concert for the United States president Gerald Ford and French president Giscard d'Estaing during their summit on Martinique
ReferencesHer debut Mercury recording session took place in February 1954 and she stayed with the label through 1959East Of The Sun (12-31-44)06In the summer of 1980 Vaughan received a plaque on 52nd Street outside the CBS Building (Black Rock) commemorating the jazz clubs she had once frequented on "Swing Street" and which had long since been replaced with office buildingsOxford University PressHines claimed later to have discovered her himself and offered her a job on the spotLifeAwards and nomination