Ann Richards was an improved singer than she was often rated but her profession fell lacking its potential. She was self-taught on piano and began taking performing lessons when she was ten. Richards started singing professionally within the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay region and had a brief stint with Charlie Barnet. Richards became a member of Stan Kenton’s music group for a couple a few months in 1955; these were wedded and she was a part-time vocalist throughout their relationship (which lasted until 1961). When their relationship ended (a break up that she hardly ever really retrieved from), Richards documented a few satisfying and swinging albums on her behalf very own for Capitol, Atco and Vee Jay; nevertheless, Richards’ lifestyle became aimless, and she dedicated suicide at age group 46.