Holle Thee Maxwell (born October 17, 1945) is an American vocalist and songwriter known for her versatile performance abilities and command of a wide range of genres including opera, jazz, soul, blues, R&B, pop, and country. She performed with soul and blues artist Ike Turner and jazz organist Jimmy Smith. Bobby Bland used one of the songs she wrote in his critically acclaimed album, "Come Fly with Me". Her six decade career spans opera training in childhood, a soul balladeer in the 1960s, extensive European tours, and performances in the Chicago Blues Festival. The Cannes Musical Festival named her "Queen of Entertaining Entertainers".

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