No One But Me
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Brian Ross traces the life and times of Scottish jazz legend Annie Ross, who shot to fame as a child performer and used that auspicious start as the foundation for an enduring career that spanned seven incredible decades. A former lover of Lenny Bruce, Ross struggled with addiction while performing in Paris nightclubs throughout the 1940s, emerged as a talented lyricist in the 1950s, and established a lasting legacy at Covent Garden during the 1960s. Through it all, the one constant in Ross' life was the love for her brother Jimmy Logan, a respected stage and screen entertainer who… More

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"[Ross] opens up on an extraordinary life and displays a lot of the grit that helped her steer a path through a dysfunctional upbringing, addiction and some dramatic love affairs, including with Lenny Bruce."
‑ Siobhan Synnot, Scotsman
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