Nina Simone was born in Tryon, North Carolina on February 21st 1933. She wrote Sinner Man, Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, I Loves You Porgy and Mississippi Goddam, among other things. She composed To Be Young, Gifted and Black, Central Park Blues, See-Line Woman and I Sing Just to Know I’m Alive, among other works. Her albums include Wild Is the Wind, Let It All Out, Baltimore and Live at Ronnie Scott's. Simone graduated from Juilliard School. She was the mother of Simone. She had occupations including pianist, songwriter, opera singer and singer. She lived in North Carolina and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. She died in Carry on April 21st 2003 aged 70 years and 2 months old. Her death was caused by breast cancer.
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