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American traditional pop music singer and occasional actress, whose career spanned five decades from the late 1930s to the early 1980s. Wikipedia

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    Jonathan and Darlene Edwards were a musical comedy double act developed by American conductor and arranger Paul Weston, and his wife, singer Jo Stafford. Conceived in the 1950s, and involved Weston playing songs on the piano in unconventional rhythms, while Stafford sang off-key in a high pitched voice. Wikipedia

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  • Joni James

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  • This article presents the discography of American Traditional Pop music singer, Patti Page. Between 1948 and 1982, Patti Page has charted a total of 110 hits on Billboard's Top Sellers / Pop Singles Chart, the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, and the Hot Country Songs chart. Wikipedia

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  • Eddie Peabody

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  • Steve Allen

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  • The Kingston Trio

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