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|This page was proposed for deletion by Hrafn (talk · contribs) on 2009-05-25 with the comment:
Fails WP:MUSICBIO -- neither label nor awards are "major", no third-party sourcing, and no material relevant to any of the other criteria are mentioned.
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The New York Times states LaMott played Carnegie Hall in the following article:
Goldberg, Carey (January 14, 1996). "Three Women and Their Journeys in Song;A Sweet, Songful Life Lost As It Was About to Start". The new York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/1996/01/14/arts/pop-music-three-women-their-journeys-song-sweet-songful-life-lost-it-was-about.html?sec=&spon=&pagewanted=2. Retrieved on May 31, 2009.
However Billboard has the manager stating she died 6 months before she was suppose to play Carnegie for the first time in the following article:
Billboard April 9, 2005 Reissues Keep Cabaret Singer's Flame Alive