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Bea Wain - 34% match to The Modernaires

Genres: Vocals
Decades Active: 1940s 2000s
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Beatrice Wain, 30 April 1917, New York City, New York, USA. A vocalist, with a warm, easy and very musical style, Wain was at the peak of her popularity with the Larry Clinton Band in the late 30s. She played the piano as a child, and sang on NBC Radio’s Children’s Hour. Later, after broadcasting with vocal groups led by Fred Waring, Ted Straeter and Kay Thompson, Read more

The Detergents - 25% match to The Modernaires

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1960s 1990s
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Formed in the New York City area, the Detergents were a trio comprising Ron Dante, Danny Jordan and Tommy Wynn. Dante had been a songwriter and demo singer at New York’s Brill Building, where his compositions had been placed with such artists as Johnny Mathis, Bobby Vee and Gene Pitney. In 1964, Dante hooked up with Jordan and Wynn and recorded a parody of the hit song by Read more

Charlie Spivak - 24% match to The Modernaires

Genres: Big Band & Swing Jazz
Decades Active: 1970s 1980s
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Jane Froman - 22% match to The Modernaires

Genres: Soundtracks Vocals
Decades Active: 1950s 1970s 1980s 1990s
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Ellen Jane Froman, 10 November 1911, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, d. 22 April 1980, Columbia, Missouri, USA. Raised in Columbia, Missouri, where her mother was head of music at the Christian College, Froman showed early musical promise. Educated at the College and later at the University of Missouri and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, she began singing professionally whil Read more

Mindy Carson - 13% match to The Modernaires

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Vocals
Decades Active: 2000s
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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 Read more


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