Rosemary Clooney

Genres: Comedy Easy Listening Holiday & Seasonal Holiday & Seasonal Jazz Musicals & The Arts Pop / Rock Television Vocals World Music
Descriptive "tags": jazz female vocalists oldies jazz vocal vocal jazz Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Biography

23 May 1928, Maysville, Kentucky, USA, d. 29 June 2002, Beverly Hills, California, USA. Although her heyday was back in the 50s, this popular singer and actress remained close to the peak of her powers well into the 90s. Rosemary and her sister Betty sang at political rallies in support of their paternal grandfather. When Rosemary was 13 the Clooney children moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, and appeared on radio station WLW. In 1945 they auditioned successfully for tenor saxophonist Tony Pastor and joined his band as featured vocalists, travelling the country doing mainly one-night shows. Rosemary made her first solo record in 1946 with ‘I’m Sorry I Didn’t Say I’m Sorry When I Made You Cry Last Night’. After around three years of touring, Betty quit, and Rosemary stayed on as a soloist with the band. She signed for Columbia Records in 1950 and had some success with children’s songs such as ‘Me And My Teddy Bear’ and ‘Little...

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