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Birthname: Clara Ann Fowler
Nationality: American
Born: Nov 08 1927
Died: Jan 01 2013 (85 years old)


Biography

Patti Page was the best-selling female singer of the '50s, who recorded the biggest-selling single ever by a female vocalist at the time in "Tennessee Waltz", which sold in excess of 10 million copies.

Page was the first country crossover artist. In 1950, "Tennessee Waltz" was #1 pop, country and R... Read more

Patti Page was the best-selling female singer of the '50s, who recorded the biggest-selling single ever by a female vocalist at the time in "Tennessee Waltz", which sold in excess of 10 million copies.

Page was the first country crossover artist. In 1950, "Tennessee Waltz" was #1 pop, country and R&B--the only time that has occurred. The recording, #1 for a phenomenal 13 weeks, eventually sold 10,000,000 copies. Other country-styled hits followed: "Mockin' Bird Hill" (#2), "I Went To Your Wedding" (#1) and "Mister & Mississippi" (#8). One of the first to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, she is also on the Country Music Walk of Fame in Nashville. She has received the prestigious Pioneer Award from the Academy of Country Music and is a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame (the first female inducted, alongside males Merle Haggard and Woody Guthrie).

Page was a pop superstar too, with both ballads and novelties. No song in the latter genre has ever been bigger than "(How Much Is) That Doggie In The Window," which spent more than two months at #1 in 1953. The Best Of Patti Page also includes "Detour" (#5), "Why Don't You Believe Me?" (#4), "Changing Partners" (#3), "Cross Over The Bridge" (#2) and "Let Me Go Lover!" (#8).

Even after rock 'n' roll arrived, she earned hits. In 1956, "Allegheny Moon" climbed to #2 and in 1957 "Old Cape Cod" hit #3 and charted for almost half a year. She was still scoring chart successes as late as 1968. Her career continued on television and in nightclubs; in the '90s, she helped lead the era of Nouveau Cabaret.

In 1998, she won her first Grammy, for Patti Page Live At Carnegie Hall--The 50th Anniversary Concert. In 2001, she released Brand New Tennessee Waltz, accompanied by admirers Emmylou Harris, Kathy Mattea, Trisha Yearwood, Alison Krauss and Suzy Boguss.

Patti Page passed away on January 1 2013.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Patti Page was the best-selling female singer of the '50s, who recorded the biggest-selling single ever by a female vocalist at the time in "Tennessee Waltz", which sold in excess of 10 million copies.

Page was the first country crossover artist. In 1950, "Tennessee Waltz" was #1 pop, country and R&B--the only time that has occurred. The recording, #1 for a phenomenal 13 weeks, eventually sold 10,000,000 copies. Other country-styled hits followed: "Mockin' Bird Hill" (#2), "I Went To Your Wedding" (#1) and "Mister & Mississippi" (#8). One of the first to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, she is also on the Country Music Walk of Fame in Nashville. She has received the prestigious Pioneer Award from the Academy of Country Music and is a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame (the first female inducted, alongside males Merle Haggard and Woody Guthrie).

Page was a pop superstar too, with both ballads and novelties. No song in the latter genre has ever been bigger than "(How Much Is) That Doggie In The Window," which spent more than two months at #1 in 1953. The Best Of Patti Page also includes "Detour" (#5), "Why Don't You Believe Me?" (#4), "Changing Partners" (#3), "Cross Over The Bridge" (#2) and "Let Me Go Lover!" (#8).

Even after rock 'n' roll arrived, she earned hits. In 1956, "Allegheny Moon" climbed to #2 and in 1957 "Old Cape Cod" hit #3 and charted for almost half a year. She was still scoring chart successes as late as 1968. Her career continued on television and in nightclubs; in the '90s, she helped lead the era of Nouveau Cabaret.

In 1998, she won her first Grammy, for Patti Page Live At Carnegie Hall--The 50th Anniversary Concert. In 2001, she released Brand New Tennessee Waltz, accompanied by admirers Emmylou Harris, Kathy Mattea, Trisha Yearwood, Alison Krauss and Suzy Boguss.

Patti Page passed away on January 1 2013.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Patti Page was the best-selling female singer of the '50s, who recorded the biggest-selling single ever by a female vocalist at the time in "Tennessee Waltz", which sold in excess of 10 million copies.

Page was the first country crossover artist. In 1950, "Tennessee Waltz" was #1 pop, country and R&B--the only time that has occurred. The recording, #1 for a phenomenal 13 weeks, eventually sold 10,000,000 copies. Other country-styled hits followed: "Mockin' Bird Hill" (#2), "I Went To Your Wedding" (#1) and "Mister & Mississippi" (#8). One of the first to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, she is also on the Country Music Walk of Fame in Nashville. She has received the prestigious Pioneer Award from the Academy of Country Music and is a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame (the first female inducted, alongside males Merle Haggard and Woody Guthrie).

Page was a pop superstar too, with both ballads and novelties. No song in the latter genre has ever been bigger than "(How Much Is) That Doggie In The Window," which spent more than two months at #1 in 1953. The Best Of Patti Page also includes "Detour" (#5), "Why Don't You Believe Me?" (#4), "Changing Partners" (#3), "Cross Over The Bridge" (#2) and "Let Me Go Lover!" (#8).

Even after rock 'n' roll arrived, she earned hits. In 1956, "Allegheny Moon" climbed to #2 and in 1957 "Old Cape Cod" hit #3 and charted for almost half a year. She was still scoring chart successes as late as 1968. Her career continued on television and in nightclubs; in the '90s, she helped lead the era of Nouveau Cabaret.

In 1998, she won her first Grammy, for Patti Page Live At Carnegie Hall--The 50th Anniversary Concert. In 2001, she released Brand New Tennessee Waltz, accompanied by admirers Emmylou Harris, Kathy Mattea, Trisha Yearwood, Alison Krauss and Suzy Boguss.

Patti Page passed away on January 1 2013.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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