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  1. Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American singer, jazz pianist, and actor.Cole's music career began after he dropped out of school at the age of 15, and continued for the remainder of his life.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Chico_MarxChico Marx - Wikipedia

    Crooner Mel Tormé began his professional career singing with the Chico Marx Orchestra. Through the 1950s, Chico occasionally appeared on a variety of television anthology shows and some television commercials, most notably with Harpo (and a cameo appearance by Groucho) in "The Incredible Jewelry Robbery", a pantomime episode of General Electric Theater in 1959; This was the final appearance ...

  3. Mel Bourne, Oscar-nominated art designer; Dick Boushka, 1956 Olympic basketball gold medalist; Henry S. Boutell, U.S. Representative 1897–1911 (born in Massachusetts) Charles Bowden, non-fiction author, journalist, essayist; Michael Bowden, pitcher for Boston Red Sox 2008–12; Louise DeKoven Bowen, suffragist, philanthropist

  4. 19/03/2022 · Comin' Home Baby – Mel Tormé (36/1962) Comin’ In The Back Door – Baja Marimba Band (41/1963) Comin' On Too Strong – Wayne Newton/Bruce & Terry (65/1965) Coming Home Soldier – Bobby Vinton (11/1966) Coming On Strong – Brenda Lee (11/1966) Commotion – Creedence Clearwater Revival (30/1969) Concrete & Clay – Unit Four Plus Two (28 ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Peggy_LeePeggy Lee - Wikipedia

    You Can Depend On Me: 14 Previously Unreleased Songs (Glendale, 1981) The Music Makers Program 116 for Broadcast Week of 4/19/82 (Music Makers, 1982) Easy Listening with Woody Herman, Dave Barbour (Artistic Art, 1984) The Uncollected Peggy Lee (Hindsight, 1985) If I Could Be with You (Sounds Rare 1986) Miss Peggy Lee Sings the Blues ...

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  7. Cole received 28 gold record awards for such hits as "Sweet Lorraine", "Ramblin' Rose" in 1962, "Too Young" in 1951, "Mona Lisa" in 1949 and Mel Tormé's "Christmas Song". His first recordings of the Christmas Song included the lyrics, "Reindeers really know how to fly" instead of "reindeer really know how to fly", a mistake later corrected by Capitol Records.