Mindy Carson Biography

16 July 1927, New York City, New York, USA. After singing on band leader Paul Whiteman’s 40s radio show, female pop vocalist Mindy Carson first hit the US Top 20 in 1946 with a duet with Harry Cool, with a version of Frankie Carle’s number 1 ‘Rumors Are Flying’. She continued to have chart successes until the mid-50s - including two with Guy Mitchell - by covering the big hits of the day, including Dean Martin’s 1956 UK and US chart-topper ‘Memories Are Made Of This’ and R&B singer Ivory Joe Hunter’s ‘Since I Met You Baby’ She also hosted her own radio and television programmes.

Source: The Encyclopedia of Popular Music by Colin Larkin. Licensed from Muze.