|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Can't Dance I've Got Ants In My Pants / I Wish I Were Twins||2||Audio||Odeon|
|2||Hot Snow - Queen Of The Trumpet - Sings & Swings||15||Audio||1982||Rosetta Records|
|3||High Hat Trumpet & Rhythm||15||Audio||1982||EMI|
|4||It's The Talk Of The Town / If I Only Had You||2||Audio||Bel-Tone Records|
|5||Swing Is The Thing||30||Audio||1984|
|6||You're Driving Me Crazy / Take It Easy||2||Audio||Tono|
Trumpet and jazz singer, multi-instrumentalist and arranger.
While in Nazi-occupied Copenhagen, she was captured by German forces and interned in the Vestre Fængsel prison. Eighteen months later, she was freed as an exchange prisoner, and allowed to return to New York; tragically, Snow never fully recovered from the ordeal.
She continued to work in spite of her personal suffering, but after playing the Palace Theater in New York on May 30, 1956, she died of a massive cerebral hemorrhage.
b : Jun 2, 1903 in Chattanooga, TN
d : May 30, 1956 in New York, NY