Big band-era vocalist Bea Wain (formerly Wayne) was created Apr 30, 1917 in NEW YORK; after learning piano as a kid, she continued to appear around the NBC radio series Children’s Hour, and in her teenagers sang with vocal organizations headlined by Fred Waring, Kay Thompson among others. Following a stint using the Gene Kardos Orchestra, in 1937 Wain became a member of previous Tommy Dorsey arranger Larry Clinton and His Orchestra, where in the next 12 months her warm, interesting voice was presented on some strikes including “Deep Crimson,” “Martha,” “Core,” “My Reverie” and several others. So excellent was Wain’s achievement that in 1939, a Billboard publication poll called her the year’s most widely used female music group vocalist; she remaining Clinton within the spring of this 12 months to pursue a single profession, and her string of strikes continued with attempts including “I’m Nobody’s Baby,” “SHOULD I Be concerned?” and “Kiss the Males Goodbye.” A regular guest on displays including Your Strike Parade and Quaker Party, Wain and her spouse, radio announcer Andre Bruch, later on co-hosted their very own series, Mr. and Mrs. Music, ultimately retiring to Florida through the 1970s.
|1||Singer with Larry Clinton's orchestra and on radio in 1930s and 1940s.|
|Mildred Pierce||2011||TV Mini-Series performer - 1 episode|
|My Music: The Big Band Years||2009||TV Movie performer: "Heart and Soul"|
|One Hour Photo||2002||performer: "My Reverie"|
|The Dipsy Doodler||1940||Short performer: "Dancing in the Dark", "Get Happy"|
|Larry Clinton & His Orchestra||1939||Short performer: "Old Folks", "Corn Pickin'" - uncredited|
|Family Feud||1983||TV Series||Herself|
|Upbeat in Music||1943||Documentary short||Herself|
|The Dipsy Doodler||1940||Short||Herself - Singer|
|Larry Clinton & His Orchestra||1939||Short||Herself|
|My Music: Starlight Ballroom||2015||TV Movie||Herself|
|My Music: The Big Band Years||2009||TV Movie||Herself|
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