Streaming Radio Tribute To Celebrate The Birthday Of Patti Page, America's Post War "Singing Rage"

Baltimore Net Radio will host a tribute honoring Patti Page on her birthday; a streaming celebration of Patti's legendary recording career, featuring Page's music spanning seven decades, along with words from family, friends, and fan well-wishers.
By: Baltimore Net Radio
Oct. 31, 2011 - PRLog -- (Baltimore, MD) Baltimore Net Radio will pay tribute by celebrating the birthday of Patti Page, the glorious voice of post-war America, and one of America’s true musical icons.  Tune in on Tuesday, November 8, 2011at 3pm NYT for a 3-hour streaming tribute honoring America’s living legend, whose recording career spans seven decades.  This celebration will stream from and listeners will enjoy Page's music along with words from her family, friends, and fans.  

This tribute program will feature Page's recordings from her first hit single (by famed songwriting team "Bennie" Benjamin and George David Weiss) "Confess," in 1948, to her last recorded material in 2008.  Listener's will revel in the hits such as Tennessee Waltz, Mockin' Bird Hill, and Old Cape Cod, as well as many, many others within the traditional pop and country genres.

If you would like to extend a personal greeting to Patti Page for her birthday, call the station to leave your message; within the USA, call toll-free 877-577-2630 option 6;  International callers may call 540-288-4001, option 6.  You may also e-mail and we will read your greeting during the broadcast.

Patti Page has sold more than 100 million records, making her one of the biggest selling female recording artists in history.  Her velvet voice engulfed the airwaves during the ‘50s and ‘60s, providing her with 111 hits, 15 gold records and four gold albums. Patti became the first crossover artist to take country music out of the country and onto the pop charts with such million record sellers as “Mockin’ Bird Hill,” “I Went To Your Wedding,” “Mister & Mississippi,” and, of course, her signature song “Tennessee Waltz,” which was #1 concurrently on all three charts (Pop, Country, & R&B) and sold more than 20 million copies. She was also the first artist to use multiple voice techniques on records and the only singer —male or female—to have had shows bearing her name on all three major television networks.

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