Don Cornell

Don Cornell stage name of Luigi Francisco Varlaro (April 21, 1919 in New York City - February 23, 2004 in Aventura, Florida) was a popular singer of the 1940s and 1950s.

Cornell got his start with trumpeter Red Nichols and big band leader Sammy Kaye before going solo. He sold over 50 million records. Among his hits were "It Isn't Fair," "I'm Yours," "I'll Walk Alone," and "Hold My Hand." In 1993, he was inducted into the Big Band Hall of Fame.

He died of advanced emphysema and diabetes.


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He died of advanced emphysema and diabetes.
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Don Cornell stage name of Luigi Francisco Varlaro (April 21, 1919 in New York City - February 23, 2004 in Aventura, Florida) was a popular singer of the 1940s and 1950s. A new single, the title track off of the Stars CD, charted in Europe and Asia. A "best of" compilation entitled Stars was released in 2002, along with a DVD of groundbreaking award-winning music videos. The band seemed to be back on track. charts.

The album debuted at number 54 in the U.S. In 2001 they released Wake Up And Smell The Coffee to rave reviews. During the next few years, the band cancelled a large tour and rumors of a breakup were widespread, though they released Bury the Hatchet to mixed reviews in 1999. Amidst rumors of O'Riordan's imminent departure, the band released To the Faithful Departed to limited success.

Zombie, one of the band's most famous songs, was a protest about the violence between Protestant and Catholic extremists in Northern Ireland in the time of The Troubles [1] (http://www.cloudsmagazine.com/12/Carmen_Bujdei_The_Irish_Experience.htm). O'Riordan's status as frontwoman was causing tensions within the group as they recorded No Need to Argue, another hit album that included Zombie and Ode to My Family. In 1994, O'Riordan married Don Burton, the band's tour manager. The single Dreams also became a hit reaching #14 on the US charts.

The second single, Linger, became a huge hit in both the United Kingdom and the United States. After ditching their manager, the Cranberries recorded Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?. After a major-label bidding war, The Cranberries signed with Island Records and recorded Uncertain, their debut single which was unsuccessful. Their homemade demo tape sold well locally, and the band soon recorded a demo tape that earned much popular and critical interest.

The band was originally named The Cranberry Saw Us. Dolores O'Riordan auditioned for and won the role of lead singer, writing a song called "Linger" based around the band's existing demo. Noel and Mike Hogan, two brothers from Limerick City, formed the band with drummer Fergal Lawler in 1990. The Cranberries are an Irish rock and roll band that arose to mainstream popularity in the 1990s. They (temporarily) disbanded in 2003.

Stars - The Best of 1992 - 2002 (2002). Beneath The Skin - Live In Paris. Children Of Bosnia. Animal Instinct (1999) – UK charts: #54.

Promises (1999) – UK charts: #13. Free To Decide (1996) – UK charts: #33. Salvation (1996) – UK charts: #13. Ridiculous Thoughts (1995) – UK charts: #20.

I Cant Be With You (1995) – UK charts: #23. Ode To My Family (1994) – UK charts: #26. Zombie (1994) – UK charts: #1. Dreams (1994) – UK charts: #27; US charts: #14.

Linger (Re-Issue) (1994) – UK charts: #4. Linger (1993) – UK charts: #74. Stars - The Best of 1992 - 2002 (2002) – UK charts: #20. Bury the Hatchet - The Complete Sessions (2000) – 26 track release.

In Concert: New Rock #94-44, disc 2 of 2 (1994). In Concert at the BBC (1994) – limited UK release. Doors And Windows (1995) (multimedia disk). Wake Up and Smell the Coffee (2001) – UK charts: #61.

Bury the Hatchet (1999) – UK charts: #7. To the Faithful Departed (1996) – UK charts: #2. No Need to Argue (1994) – UK charts: #2. Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Canīt We? (1993) – UK charts: #1; US charts: #18.

Uncertain EP (1992).

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