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About Lillyn Brown
Lillyn Brown (Lillian Thomas, Atlanta, Georgia, 1885 - 1969) was an American minstrel show, vaudeville, musical theatre and blues singer. She was half Erie Iroquois Indian and was sometimes billed as the "Indian Princess", other times "The Youngest Interlocutor in the World", because she had a song and dance act where she was a male impersonator.
Lillyn Brown was, according to herself, the first professional singer who sang the blues to an audience, in 1908 at the "Little Strand Theatre" in Chicago