CHART TOPPER FOR ‘’MR. C’’ ~ ON THIS DATE IN 1957

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Perry Como (May 18, 1912 – May 12, 2001)

posted by Bob Karm in HISTORY,MUSIC and have Comment (1)

One Response to “CHART TOPPER FOR ‘’MR. C’’ ~ ON THIS DATE IN 1957”

  1. JOE COOK says:

    ORIGINALY A BARBER FROM CANONSBURG, PA,
    PERRY SWITCHED TO SINGING FOR HIS SUPPER IN
    1933 AND FIRST HIT THE BILLBOARD CHART IN 1943 WITH “GOODBYE SUE”.HE WOULD HAVE 147 HITS OVER THE NEXT 31 YEARS, INCLUDING 50 TOP TEN HITS, WITH 14 GOING ALL THE WAY TO #1! PERRY ALSO HOSTED TWO POPULAR TV SHOWS FROM 1948 TO 1955 (15 MINUTES) AND 1955 TO 1963, A ONE HOUR SHOW THAT EARNED
    PERRY FIVE EMMYS. “ROUND AND ROUND” WAS PERRY’S MOST ENDURRING HIT, STAYING ON THE
    BILLBOARD CHART FOR 29 WEEKS!

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