Definition of Calloway, Cab in English:

Calloway, Cab

Syllabification: Cal·lo·way, Cab
Pronunciation: /ˈkaləˌwā
 
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( 1907–94), US jazz singer and bandleader; full name Cabell Calloway. He was known for his style of scat singing and for his flamboyant appearance. He is associated with songs such as “Minnie the Moocher” (1931) and “Jumpin' Jive” (1939) and led a succession of outstanding big bands 1928–53.

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