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    Lee Wiley (October 9, 1908 – December 11, 1975) was an American jazz singer during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Contents 1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Discography 4 References Biography [ edit] Wiley was born in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. [1] At fifteen, she left home to pursue a singing career, singing on New York City radio stations. [2]

  2. Lee Wiley effectively stepped out of the limelight in the 1960's, except for a brief appearance at the 1972 New York Jazz Festival. She died of colon cancer, aged 67. A unique talent, she merited greater fame than was accorded her in her lifetime and since. - IMDb Mini Biography By: I.S.Mowis See also

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    One of the great jazz vocalists of all time, Lee Wiley was possessed of a wonderful warm, sensuous and somewhat smoky voice and was able to project more emotion into her songs than most of her contemporaries. She rose to fame at a young age in the 1930's, singing with the bands of Leo Reisman (at the Central Park Casino), Paul Whiteman (radio ...

  4. Lee was a popular singer jazz active from the early 1930s up to 1972 when she withdrew from the musical scene. Wiley began her radio career at KVOO in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She sang on the Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt program on NBC in 1932, and was featured on Victor Young's radio show in 1933.

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  5. 28/09/2018 · Lee Wiley Andy Senior September 28, 2018 Jazz Birthday Lee Wiley was born October 9, 1908, in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. While still in grade school, she aspired to be a singer. Into her teens, she would seek out recordings by Bessie Smith, Clara Smith, and Ethel Waters, often venturing into shops in black neighborhoods to hear them.

  6. Quintessential 1951 recording by the wonderful vocalist Lee Wiley

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  7. As Time Goes By by Lee Wiley - from her 1956 "West Of The Moon" album - her version of the classic song from the 1942 film Casablanca - staring Humphrey Boga...

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