Tuesday Apr 15
Tributes paid to music teacher who taught rich and famous
A pianist and singing teacher from Cavendish, who taught famous faces from the world of pop and classical music, has died at the age of 96. Jean Marshall, who lived in Western House, had a long musical career spanning more than 60 years and taught pop singers Nik Kershaw and Grace Jones, as well as Ronnie Lane from 60s pop group the Small Faces.
Albany Times Union
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