Thursday, 15 December 2016
Jennie Smith was a young vocalist who emerged briefly in the late '50s as a would-be Polly Bergen, or a potential rival to Patti Page as a pop singer. A stylist with a sound well beyond her years, at 19 she made her recording debut on RCA Victor with the backing of arranger/conductor Ray Ellis, releasing her own album that year.
She went on to release one more LP with Ellis, entitled Love Among the Young, at Columbia Records, in 1959, where she cut two more LPs. Her singles included "(I Won't) Go Away Little Boy" on the Canadian American label.
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