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Lee Wiley

Her husky, surprisingly sensual tone of voice and exquisitely great readings of pop specifications distinguished her singing, but Lee Wiley earns see among the best early jazz singers by recognizing the superiority of American well-known tune and organizing a couple of tracks around a common composer or theme — afterwards …

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Dean Martin

Experiencing great success in music, film, television, as well as the stage, Dean Martin was less an entertainer than an icon, the eternal essence of interesting. A member from the renowned Rat Pack, he resided and passed away the high lifestyle of booze, broads and shiny lights, often projecting a …

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Jean-Claude Pascal

Although Jean-Claude Pascal is most beneficial known in the worldwide stage as an actor, he also enjoyed a flourishing career being a pop singer, where guise he earned the 1961 Eurovision Tune Competition for Luxembourg. Delivered Jean-Claude Villeminot in Paris on Oct 24, 1927, Pascal examined on the Sorbonne and …

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Mabel Wayne

b. 16 July 1904, Brooklyn, NY, USA, d. 19 June 1978. A little-known composer who published several important tunes during a profession which ranged from the middle-20s to the middle-50s. Mabel Wayne analyzed at the brand new York College of Music and in Switzerland before touring the united states and …

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Mabel Mercer

Well known and honored by her peers, cabaret singer Mabel Mercer was among the most powerful song interpreters in traditional pop, a big influence about singers including Frank Sinatra and Nat Ruler Cole, and a prepared rediscoverer of once-forgotten nuggets like “Travel Me towards the Moon.” Given birth to in …

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John Gary

A nice vocalist having a warm delivery similar to Andy Williams or Tony Bennett, John Gary unfortunately arrived just at the start of the Uk Invasion rather than managed to help to make much of the feeling within the adult vocal viewers. Created in 1932 in Watertown, NY, he was …

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John Farnham

Within a country of over 20 million people, John Farnham may be the one Australian artist who levels arena-sized concerts whenever he tours to fulfill the demand. He’s, without challenge, among Australia’s most effective solo performers to time, on-stage and on record. His Whispering Jack port record was the 1st …

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Vivian Blaine

b. Vivian Stapleton, 21 November 1921, Newark, NJ, USA, d. 9 Dec 1995, NEW YORK, NY, USA. A vivacious celebrity and vocalist, Vivian Blaine developed among the American musical theater’s best-loved heroes, Miss Adelaide, in Frank Loesser’s Men And Dolls. She made an appearance on stage at her regional theater, …

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Jane Russell

Actress/vocalist Jane Russell was most widely known while Marilyn Monroe’s brunette sidekick in the 1953 film adaptation from the 1949 music Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and on her behalf other looks in films from the 1940s and ’50s, notably her debut in the racy (because of its period) The Outlaw. But …

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Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra

The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra isn’t a full-time ensemble, but still a quite busy band of about 26 roughly musicians, a lot of international renown, who assemble many times yearly to execute some concerts dedicated mostly to Baroque-era music. The repertory range falls in the time 1600 to 1791 (the entire …

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