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KITTY KALLEN - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: BOB (ROBERT) EBERLY - HFSID 175936

KITTY KALLEN and BOB EBERLY Both inscribe and sign this publicity photo for the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra to a fan Inscribed Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "To Charles/ Lots of luck/ Bob Eberly" and "Best of everything/ to Chas./ Kitty Kallen" in black ink, b/w, 8x10.

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Condition: lightly creased
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KITTY KALLEN and BOB EBERLY Both inscribe and sign this publicity photo for the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra to a fan Inscribed Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "To Charles/ Lots of luck/ Bob Eberly" and "Best of everything/ to Chas./ Kitty Kallen" in black ink, b/w, 8x10. Captioned at lower margin: "Bob Eberly and Kitty Kallen featured with Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra." KITTY KALLEN (1922-2016) was a popular radio voice from childhood onward, and was a lead vocalist for big bands beginning in 1936. After joining Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra in 1942, she recorded the chart-topping duet "Besame Mucho" with BOB EBERLY (1916-1981) in 1943. When Eberly left the band for military service in late 1943, Kallen moved on to the Harry James Orchestra and scored another big hit: "It's Been a Long, Long Time" in 1945. Although her popularity began to wane thereafter, Kallen made a comeback with solo recordings in the mid-1950s, notably "Little Things Mean a Lot" in 1954. Before teaming up with Kitty Kallen, Bob Eberly had another hit duet with Helen O'Connell, "Green Eyes," also with Jimmy Dorsey's band. He was the brother of Ray Eberle, another big band singer. (The brothers spelled their last names differently.) Lightly creased at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.

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