Doretha Trowbridge was a blues vocalist based out of St. Louis in the 1930s. In 1933, she was taken to Chicago to record. At times, Trowbridge's voice was accompanied by other St. Louis musicians including James "Stump" Johnson, and pianist Aaron "Pinetop" Sparks.
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Doretha Trowbridge was a blues vocalist based out of St. Louis in the 1930s. In 1933, she was taken to Chicago to record. At times, Trowbridge's voice was accompanied by other St. Louis musicians including James "Stump" Johnson, and pianist Aaron "Pinetop" Sparks.