David Naughton (b. 13 February 1951) is an American actor who starred in the 1981 horror film An American Werewolf in London.
He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. He first became widely known as a result of his singing and dancing appearances in Dr. Pepper commercials. He also appeared in the television series My Sister Sam. He is the brother of actor James Naughton.
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He first became widely known as a result of his singing and dancing appearances in Dr. In 1973 she went back to the Columbia family, recording for Epic Records (a subsidiary). He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1963 she changed companies, going to Columbia, but returned to Mercury in 1971. 13 February 1951) is an American actor who starred in the 1981 horror film An American Werewolf in London. Her biggest hit was "The Tennessee Waltz", which was #1 for 13 weeks, coming a few months later in 1950. David Naughton (b. Her first #1 hit was "All My Love", based on Ravel's Bolero, which was #1 for 5 weeks in 1950.
As stated above, "Confess" became her first charted hit, in 1948 for Mercury Records, and reached #12 on the Billboard chart. Although both Mary Ford and Jane Turzy became known for it, Patti Page was the first singer to record multiple tracks on the same song, on "Confess." On some of the records, she was billed as "Vocal by Patti Page, Patti Page, and Patti Page," in at least one case ("With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming") being given quadruple billing. Reluctantly, he permitted it, and the song, "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming," became another big hit for Patti, her first to sell a million. Miller was skeptical until Patti recorded a four-bar song demo in four different voices and played the sample for Miller.
After doing "Confess," Patti (or Jack Rael, or both) liked the multiple-voice idea so much that she asked to do an entire song as a quartet. At the time, most record companies had a director of Artists and Repertory (the "A&R man") who tightly controlled all the choices of artist-song assignments, and Mercury Records' A&R man was Mitch Miller (who became famous later on as the A&R man who brought Columbia Records into a dominant position in pop music in the early 1950s). The novelty of her doing two voices on one record probably contributed to the song becoming a top twenty hit for her. (The other hit version involved a duet of Doris Day and Buddy Clark.) Because of a low budget, a second singer could not be hired, so Jack Rael suggested that Patti sing the second part as well.
In 1948, she recorded a song called "Confess," which had a portion requiring one singer to answer another. Eventually both left the band; and Rael became Patti's personal manager and leader of the backup orchestra for many of her recordings. He liked what he heard, and asked her to join the Jimmy Joy band, which Rael managed. He turned on the radio, and heard the musical program with the 18-year-old featured vocalist.
In 1946, Jack Rael, a band manager, came to Tulsa to do a one-nighter. The program was sponsored by Page Milk Company and so Clara Ann Fowler became Patti Page. In either case, she became a featured singer on a 15-minute radio program on radio station KTUL, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at age 18. Records vary as to whether Clara Ann Fowler was born in Claremore or Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Her records span the era from 1949 to 1981. She is sometimes considered the first major crossover artist to popularize country music to the general public. She is unusual in that she came to traditional pop from country music, and some of her recordings are somewhat country flavored. Patti Page (born Clara Ann Fowler, November 8, 1927) is one of the best-known female singers in traditional pop music.
"Wondering". "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming". "What A Dream". "The Tennessee Waltz".
"Steam Heat". "So In Love". "A Poor Man's Roses (or a Rich Man's Gold)". "One of Us (Will Weep Tonight)".
"Old Cape Cod". "My Restless Lover". "Most People Get Married". "Mockin' Bird Hill".
"Mister And Mississippi". "Mama from the Train". "The Mama Doll Song". "Let Me Go, Lover!" (A better known version, however, was recorded by Joan Weber.).
"Left Right Out of Your Heart (Hi Lee Hi Lo Hi Lup Up Up)". "I'll Remember Today". "I'll Keep the Lovelight Burning". "I Went to Your Wedding".
"I Cried". "I Can't Tell a Waltz from a Tango". "Hush...Hush Sweet Charlotte". "Go on with the Wedding".
"Fibbin' ". "The Doggie in the Window". "Detour". "Cross Over the Bridge".
"Croce Di Oro (Cross of Gold)". "Confess". "Come What May". "Changing Partners".
"Boys' Night Out". "Belonging to Someone". "Another Time, Another Place". "Allegheny Moon".
"All My Love (Bolero)".