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    • Freberg costarred with Mala Powers in Geraldine (1953) as sobbing singer Billy Weber, enabling him to reprise his satire on vocalist Johnnie Ray (see below).Stan Freberg-Wikipedia
    • A strong early musical influence was the American singer Johnnie Ray, who toured Australia to great acclaim in the 1950s and O'Keefe began his singing career as a Ray impersonator.Johnny O'Keefe-Wikipedia
    • Among the artists during Okeh's pop phase of the 1950s and 1960s were Johnnie Ray and Little Joe & the Thrillers.Okeh Records-Wikipedia
    • Often called the first of the blue-eyed soul singers, Laine's style cleared the way for many artists who arose in the late 1940s and early 1950s, including Kay Starr, Tony Bennett, and Johnnie Ray.Frankie Laine-Wikipedia
    • First Frankie Laine, then Tony Bennett, and now Johnnie (Ray), dubbed 'the Belters' and 'the Exciters,' came along with a brash vibrancy and vulgar beat that made the old bandstand routine which Frank meticulously perfected seem almost invalid.Frankie Laine-Wikipedia
    • In 1972, Anderson recorded Johnnie Ray's pop hit "Cry", which became a top five country hit for Anderson.Lynn Anderson-Wikipedia

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