I don't know about you, but If Dorrie and I have to look at these two items ONE more time we're going to be put into straight jackets and sequestered in padded rooms. But then again, that will give us an even worse case of CABIN FEVER!! (Dorrie and my duet about the subject to follow)
The iconic voice of Patti Page has been silenced, as the 'Tennessee Waltz' singer died in Encinitas, Calif. on Jan. 1, 2013. Page was the most successful female singer of the '50s with an astounding 100 million records sold, according to the Associated Press. The Grammy and ACM Pioneer Award-winner leaves behind two children.
On New Year's Day 2013, Patti Page died at the age of 85. Known as one of the great pop vocalists of her time, she was welcomed to Country Music via her hits 'Money, Marbles and Chalk' and 'The Tennessee Waltz.'