Patti Page, famous for its song “Tennessee Waltz” in the 1950s close at age 85. on new year’s Eve in Encinitas, California, USA.
Patti Page creates two voices on the music industry in 1947 with a recording of her voice recharge because it does not have the money to hire the background vocals on the single “Confess”.
During her career, Patti collecting 15 gold albums recorded, and three gold albums, and 24 songs in the ranks of the top 10, including four of whom are ranked first.
The popularity of the singer of the song “(How Much Is That) Doggie In The Window” and “Mockin ‘ Bird Hill” is popular in the pop and country. She became the first singer who had a show on television in the three major networks, including “The Patti Page Show” on ABC.
“I am the son of Oklahoma who never wanted to be singers, but some said I could sing, she said in an interview in 1999″ and everything is rolling like a ball of snow (who had grown up). ”
Patti joined Mercury Records and managed to sell over 100 million records.
In 1999, after 51 years so the artist, Patti Page won her first Grammy for traditional pop vocal category at Carnegie Hall-now the 50th anniversary concert