KAY STARR - NEWSPAPER ARTICLE SIGNED - HFSID 80846
Sale Price $126.00
A newspaper article and photograph signed by the singer
Newspaper photograph signed: "It's the 'OKie' wishing you well/ Kay Starr". 13½x5 newspaper article with 5x4 photograph from an unknown Florida newspaper, one surface, caption at left "Kay Starr didn't learn to read music because it always got into the way of her interpretation of a song" American jazz singerKay Starr (1922-2016) began her career at age 7 on the radio in Dallas: at age 10 she made $3.00 a day on her own 15-minute program! At age 15 she earned her first band contract with the Joe Venuti Orchestra. She later sang with Bob Crosby and Glenn Miller. In 1949 she got her first top 10 hit with "So Tired". Starr released dozens of charting singles over the next 25 years, including "Hoop-de-Doo" (1950), "Side by Side" (1953), and "My Heart Reminds Me" (1957).Two singles reached the #1 spot: "Wheel of Fortune" (1952) and "The Rock and Roll Waltz" (1956). Starr continued to tour and record into the 1970s. Vertical fold crease. Toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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