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Cafe Songbook Performer Index
(last names beginning with "Me-My")

Only performers who currently appear on Cafe Songbook pages are included.

 

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Performance(s) on Cafe Songbook
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Brad Mehldau
(born August 23, 1970, Jacksonville, Florida, US -- Post-bop, jazz pianist and composer)

album cover: Brad Mehldau: Songs
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James Melton
(born January 2, 1904 in Moultrie, Georgia, raised in Citra, Florida – died April 21, 1961, New York City -- operatic and popular singer)

James Melton "Souvenirs"
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Katie Melua
(born Ketevan Melua, September 16, 1984, Kutaisi, Georgian SSR, Soviet Union -- jazz-blues-pop singer and musician)

album cover: Katie Melua "Secret Symphony"
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Johnny Mercer
(born John Herndon Mercer, November 18, 1909, Savannah, Georgia US - died June 25, 1976, age 66, Hollywood, Los Angeles California) -- songwriter, singer

album cover: Johnny Mercer Capitol Collectors Series
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Mabel Mercer
(born February 3, 1900, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England – died April 20, 1984, Pittsfield, Massachusetts US)

album cover: The Art of Mabel Mercer
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Serge Merlaud
(French jazz and classical Guitarist)

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Helen Merrill
(born Jelena Ana Milcetic on July 21, 1930, New York City --jazz singer)

album cover: "Helen Merrill"
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Bette Midler
(born December 1, 1945, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S. --singer, actor, commedian, writer)


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Ann Miller
(born Johnnie Lucille Collier, April 12, 1923, Chireno, Texas, US - died January 22, 2004 (age 80) Los Angeles, California, US -- dancer, singer, actor)

album cover: Ann Miller album "Friends" icon
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Glenn Miller
(Born March 1, 1904, Clarinda, Iowa, US - died December 15, 1944, age 40 --Band Leader, musician, composer, arranger)

album cover: The Essential Glenn Miller
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Liza Minnelli
(born Liza May Minnelli, March 12, 1946,
Hollywood, California, US
-- singer, dancer, actor

album cover: Liza Minnelli "The Capitol Years
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The Minnesota Klezmer Band
(Maggie Burton, Bruce Henry, and Prudence Johnson)


album: Gershwin the Klezmer
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Peter Mintun
(born Berkeley California US -- music scholar, pianist)

album cover: Peter Mintun "Deep Purple"
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Joni Mitchell
(born Roberta Joan Anderson, November 7, 1943, Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada -- Folk-rock, folk-jazz singer and guitarist)

album cover: Joni Mitchell: "Both Sides Now"
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The Modern Jazz Quartet

album cover: Modern Jazz Quartet
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Jessica Molaskey
(born January 9, 1962, Wolcott, Connecticut US -- Broadway singer and actor who also performs as part of a duo with her husband John Pizzarelli)

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Jane Monheit
(born November 3, 1977, Oakdale, Long Island, New York, US -- jazz and standards singer)

album cover: Jane Monheit "Taking a Chance on Love"
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Thelonious Monk
(born Thelonious Sphere Monk October 10, 1917
Rocky Mount, North Carolina, US -- died February 17, 1982 (age 64) Englewood, New Jersey, US -- jazz pianist and composer)

album cover: Thelonious Monk: "Monk's Dream" Amazon || iTunes
Marilyn Monroe
(born Norma Jeane Mortenson June 1, 1926, Los Angeles, California US - died: August 5, 1962, age 36, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California -- actress, model and singer)

album cover: The Very Best of Marilyn Monroe
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Helen Morgan
(born, Helen Riggins, August 2, 1900, Danville, Illinois, US - died October 9, 1941, age 41, Chicago, Illinois, US -- Singer, actress)


Helen Morgan, Torch Singer
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Van Morrison
(born August 31, 1945, vicinity of Belfast, Northern Ireland -- singer, songwriter, guitarist, instrumentalist)

album cover: Van Morrison "Into the Music"
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Ella Mae Morse
(born September 12, 1924, Mansfield, Texas, US - died October 16, 1999 (age 75) Bullhead City, Arizona, US -- pop and jump blues singer)

album cover: Ella Mae Morse Capitol Collectors Series Amazon || iTunes
Etta Moten
(born November 5, 1901, Weimar, Texas, US - died January 2, 2004 (age 102) Chicago, Illinois, US -- actress, singer, U.S. cultural representative in Africa)


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Mark Moultrop Group
(Mark Moultrup is a keyboardist, vocalist, composer, arranger, and educator originally from Detroit and now residing in Chicago)


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Jason Mraz
(born Jason Thomas Mraz, June 23, 1977, Mechanicsville, Virginia, US
pop-rock snger-songwriter and musician)

album cover: Jason Mraz
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Gerry Mulligan
(born Gerald Joseph Mulligan, April 6, 1927,
Queens, New York City - died January 20, 1996 (age 68)
Darien, Connecticut, US -- jazz saxophonist and clarinetist, composer, arranger)

album cover: Gerry Mulligan "What Is There to Say"
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Mark Murphy
(born March 14, 1932, Fulton, New York, US --
jazz singer)

album cover: Mark Murphy (This Could Be the Start of Something + Mark Murphy's Hip Parade)
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Wynn Murray
(born, circa 1922 Carbondale, Pennsylvania, US - died Feb 6, 1957, Ft. Meade, Maryland, US -- big band singer especially remembered for entertaining the troops during WWII)

album cover: The Great Songwriters: Richard Rodgers
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album contains track of
"Johnny One-Note"
by Wynn Murray
     
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Performers on
"Me" - "My" Page
(Click name to go directly to entry)

Brad Mehldau
James Melton
Katie Melua
Johnny Mercer
Mabel Mercer
Serge Merlaud
Helen Merrill
Bette Midler
Ann Miller
Glenn Miller
Liza Minnelli
The Minnesota Klezmer Band
Peter Mintun
Joni Mitchell
Modern Jazz Quartet
Jessica Molaskey
Mark Mouldrop
Jane Monheit
Thelonious Monk
Marilyn Monroe
Helen Morgan
Van Morrison
Ella Mae Morse
Etta Moten
Jason Mraz
Gerry Mulligan
Mark Murphy
Wynn Murray
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