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  1. Kay Starr (* 21. Juli 1922 in Dougherty, Oklahoma; † 3. November 2016 in Beverly Hills, Kalifornien [1] ), gebürtig Katherine Laverne Starks, war eine US-amerikanische Jazz - und Pop -Sängerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben und Wirken. 2 Diskografie. 2.1 Alben unter eigenem Namen. 2.2 Alben als Bandsängerin. 2.3 Singles. 3 Literatur. 4 Weblinks.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kay_StarrKay Starr - Wikipedia

    Kay Starr (born Catherine Laverne Starks; July 21, 1922 – November 3, 2016) [1] [2] was an American singer who enjoyed considerable success in the late 1940s and 1950s. She was of Iroquois and Irish heritage. Starr performed multiple genres, such as pop, jazz, and country, but her roots were in jazz.

  3. Hear the greatest hits of KAY STARR in this OFFICIAL playlist. Spread the classic jazz, and don't forget to share this playlist! Subscribe here: http://bit...

  4. The discography of American singer Kay Starr contains 18 studio albums, 18 compilation albums, one live album, 87 singles, 12 other charting songs and one additional album appearance. Starr's first singles were released in collaboration with the Ben Pollack Orchestra.

  5. Kay Starr. American pop and jazz singer who enjoyed considerable success in the 1940's-1960's. Born July 21, 1922 in Dougherty, Oklahoma, USA. Died November 3, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California, USA. Married to bandleader Vic Schoen (1951 - 1954) (divorced). She sang with the orchestras of Charlie Barnet, Bob Crosby and Joe Venuti in the early ...

  6. 4. Nov. 2016 · Kay Starr, the self-described hillbilly singer who crisscrossed jazz, country, pop, blues and rock ’n’ roll in the 1950s with hits like “Wheel of Fortune” and “Rock and Roll Waltz,” died on...

  7. 4. Dez. 2016 · Sun 4 Dec 2016 12.16 EST. Described by Billie Holiday as the only white woman who could sing the blues, Kay Starr also caught the attention of the jazz saxophonist Lester Young. In a 1958...