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Patti Page Music TV Shows DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Flash Drive

Patti Page Music TV Shows DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Flash Drive
Patti Page Music TV Shows DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Flash Drive
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The Singin' Rage, Miss Patti Page Stars In Two Rare Episodes Of 1957-58 CBS Pop Music TV Show THE BIG RECORD Plus A Rare 1955 Episode Of CBS TV Series THE PATTI PAGE SHOW! 2 Full Hours Of Classic Music TV Entertainment, Presented As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #PattiPageMusicTelevisionShows #PattiPage #ClaraAnnFowler #Singers #Actresses #PopMusic #CountryMusic #TheBigRecord #JohnnyRay #ErrollGarner #GeorgiaGibb #WalterSlezak #ShepherdSisters #GuylaineGuy #TheTreniers #GracieFields #LizabethScott #TommyPastor #GuyPastor #ThePattiPageShow #TV #Television #TVShows #TelevisionShows #TVInTheUS #TelevisionInTheUS #GoldenAgeOfTV #GoldenAgeOfTelevision #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


THE BIG RECORD (Black/White, 11/27/57, 59 Minutes)
With live performances by Johnny Ray, Erroll Garner, Georgia Gibb, Walter Slezak, The Shepherd Sisters, Guylaine Guy.

THE BIG RECORD (Black/White, 5/14/58, 29 Minutes)
With live performances by The Treniers, Gracie Fields, Lizabeth Scott, Tommy Pastor, Guy Pastor.

THE PATTI PAGE SHOW (Black/White, 1955, 26 Minutes)
Just Patti, a great set of tunes to sound and look beautiful to and a series of stages better appointed than much of the period, though it's clear that the camera pays passing notice to it as it is close-up in love with the beautiful Miss Page.

Patti Page, American singer and actress (November 8, 1927 - January 1, 2013) was born Clara Ann Fowler in Claremore, Oklahoma (some sources give Muskogee, Oklahoma) into a large and poor family of 11 children (3 boys and 8 girls). She was a singer of traditional pop music and country music. She was the top-charting female vocalist and best-selling female artist of the 1950s, selling over 100 million records during a six-decade long career. She was often introduced as "the Singin' Rage, Miss Patti Page". New York WNEW disc-jockey William B. Williams introduced her as "A Page in my life called Patti". Page signed with Mercury Records in 1947, and became their first successful female artist, starting with 1948's "Confess". In 1950, she had her first million-selling single "With My Eyes Wide Open, I'm Dreaming", and would eventually have 14 additional million-selling singles between 1950 and 1965. Page's signature song, Tennessee Waltz, was one of the biggest-selling singles of the 20th century, and is recognized today as one of the official songs of the state of Tennessee. It spent 13 weeks atop the Billboard magazine's Best-Sellers List in 1950. Page had three additional No. 1 hit singles between 1950 and 1953, "All My Love (Bolero)", "I Went to Your Wedding", and "(How Much Is That) Doggie in the Window". Unlike most other pop music singers, Page blended country music styles into many of her most popular songs. As a result of this crossover appeal, many of Page's singles appeared on the Billboard Country Chart. Towards the 1970s, she shifted her career towards country music and began having greater success on its charts, ending up one of the few vocalists to have made them in five separate decades. With the rise of Rock and Roll in the second half of the 1950s, traditional pop music began to wane. Page was among a small number of traditional pop music singers able to sustain success, continuing to have major hits into the mid-1960s with "Old Cape Cod," "Allegheny Moon," "A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)," and "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte." In 1997, Patti Page was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. Patti Page died on January 1, 2013, at the Seacrest Village Retirement Community in Encinitas, California, at the age of 85 from heart and lung disease. She was buried at El Camino Memorial Park in San Diego. She was posthumously honored with the Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award that same year.