American Jazz Singer – Ella Fitzgerald gets a Google Doodle
Today the world have been made aware of the American Jazz singer – The Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald. She was one of the most famous singers of her time in the United States, singing song in the Jazz and Traditional pop music genres.
What is the Best Song Ella Fitzgerald sang
Ella Fitzgerald have received 13 Grammy Awards for her singing and was also awarded the National Medal of Arts and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, from Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Ella Fitzgerald recorded more than 150 songs during her career which started in 1934, and included hits like “I only have eyes for you”, “Cry me a river”, someone to Watch over me and “Cheek to Cheek” all hits making it difficult to pick the one song and saying “This is the Best Ella Fitzgerald Song”.
For a list of Ella Fitzgerald song’s you can visit one of the earlier articles we did about Ella Fitzgerald, with a list of 35 of the Best
Songs. In this article we go into more detail about Ella Fitzgerald, like when was she born and a short biography of the “American Jazz Singer”.
Ella Fitzgerald Google+
On a personal note, when I look at Google+ today, one of the hot topics today April 25, 2013 is “Jazz” which were inspired by the Ella Fitzgerald Google Doodle, it is good to see that many people around the world became interested in her music and shared the story about “Jazz” and “Ella Fitzgerald” to their Google+ profiles.
This shows me that the Ella Fitzgerald life and legacy is far bigger that Google, and that the music and jazz of Ella Fitzgerald’s music lives on in people’s heart who still remember listening and dancing to her hits!