Gogi Grant

Gogi Grant on the cover of her 2002 collection Her Very Best

Gogi Grant (born Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg, September 20, 1924) was an American popular singer.

She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before adopting the name "Gogi Grant" she had used the names "Audrey Brown" and "Audrey Grant." She was given the name "Gogi" by Dave Kapp, the head of Artists and Repertory at RCA Records, who liked to patronize a restaurant called "Gogi's LaRue."

In 1956 she was voted most popular female vocalist by Billboard magazine.

In 1957 she supplied the vocals for Ann Blyth in the movie portrayal of Helen Morgan's life.

Hit records

  • "Strange Are the Ways of Love" (1958)
  • "Suddenly There's a Valley" (1955)
  • "The Wayward Wind" (1956)

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In 1957 she supplied the vocals for Ann Blyth in the movie portrayal of Helen Morgan's life. In 2003 he published his first novel, Where the Truth Lies.. In 1956 she was voted most popular female vocalist by Billboard magazine. Holmes later became the first and so far only person singlehandedly to receive Tony Awards for book, music and lyrics, for the 1986 Broadway musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood. In 1996 he created the television series Remember WENN for American Movie Classics. Before adopting the name "Gogi Grant" she had used the names "Audrey Brown" and "Audrey Grant." She was given the name "Gogi" by Dave Kapp, the head of Artists and Repertory at RCA Records, who liked to patronize a restaurant called "Gogi's LaRue.". Holmes previously had been in the band The Buoys, which produced the song Timothy about cannibalism. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1 Hits of 1979.

Gogi Grant (born Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg, September 20, 1924) was an American popular singer. "Escape" was included on his fifth album, Partners in Crime, and reached the Hot 100 No. "The Wayward Wind" (1956). That one song is so strongly associated with him that, in one interview (http://www.rupertholmes.com/writings/new_york_magazine.html), he reflected that his tombstone might well be a giant pineapple. "Suddenly There's a Valley" (1955). Rupert Holmes (born February 24, 1947 in Cheshire) is a composer and writer who is best known for the 1979 novelty hit "Escape" (later subtitled "The Piņa Colada Song") but has had a varied and distinguished career in several media. "Strange Are the Ways of Love" (1958).

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