Affectionately referred to as the “champagne of big-band singers,” Dolly Dawn (born Theresa Anna Maria Stabile) was perhaps one of the most successful vocalists from the later ’30s and ’40s. The little girl of Italian immigrants, Dawn was an adolescent when she started appearing on an area weekend radio display beneath the alias “Billie Starr.” Her long lasting stage name, Dolly Dawn, was bestowed upon her by NY Journal-American columnist Harriet Mencken. An associate of George Hall’s Resort Taft Orchestra, Dawn made an appearance daily on CBS radio broadcasts from your Grill Room from the Resort Taft. Best kept in mind on her behalf passionate delivery of ballads, she was presented on such strikes as “Every Minute from the Hour,” “Once the Poppies Bloom Once again,” “Oh! Ma Ma (The Butcher Young man),” “Says My Center,” “My Yellow Container,” and “MY VERY OWN.” At one stage, she was the only real pop designer with two agreements concurrently with two rival record brands. She made an appearance on RCA’s Bluebird subsidiary using the George Hall Orchestra, and on Vocalion as Dolly Dawn & Her Dawn Patrol. Influential columnist Walter Winchell stated that she sang “just like a canary,” while vocalist Ella Fitzgerald acknowledged her as a significant influence. Dawn loved a revival of her profession after RCA released a two-disc compilation of her recordings using the George Hall Orchestra in 1975. This resulted in some shows at jazz and cabaret night clubs in NY. In 1980, Larry Taylor from the Chelsea Music Culture booked her to execute at Caroline’s, the Latin One fourth, as well as the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork in NY. The success of the displays led her to record two fresh albums, Clean as Silk and Remembrances of You around the Audiophile label. Dawn’s most effective tune, “You’re a Sweetheart,” was typically the most popular track within the U.S. in early 1938. Furthermore to appearing in various musical pants, she composed a lot more than 400 music. Assuming management of her group throughout a wedding ceremony at New York’s Roseland Ballroom on July 4, 1941, she led the music group until most users were drafted in to the military as well as the group disbanded in 1942. Dawn continuing to record in to the ’50s, rating her final strike with “THE SAME KIND OF Cry,” documented using the Danny Mendelsohn Orchestra. She documented her final recording, Remembrances of You, in Sept 1981. On Feb 4, 1998, Dawn was inducted in to the Big Music group Hall of Popularity during a wedding ceremony in West Hand Seaside, FL. She succumbed to kidney failing on Dec 11, 2002.
|1||Inducted into the Big Band Hall of Fame, 1998.|
|2||Big band singer.|
|Pennies from Heaven||1981||Singer (uncredited)|
|Hall's Holiday||1938||Short||Band Singer|
|Pennies from Heaven||1981||performer: "It's a Sin to Tell a Lie" 1936|
|George Hall and His Orchestra||1937||Short performer: "When a Lady Meets a Gentleman Down South" - uncredited|
|The Morey Amsterdam Show||1950||TV Series||Herself - Singer|
|George Hall and His Orchestra||1937||Short||Herself - Singer|
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