Image of Kay Starr singing.

Kay Starr

(vocalist) 1922 -

Awaiting updated biography.

In the meantime, you may like to peruse the Wikipedia page for this artist.

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Image of Hep CD50 - Kay Starr - I've got to Sing 1944-1948



"I've got to Sing 1944-1948"

Rare performances by Kay Starr with Joe Venuti, Les Paul, Barney Bigard, Vic Dickenson, Willie Smith and Billy Butterfield from 1944-48.

Titles - I've Got To Sing / I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm / Maybe You'll Be There / It's A Great Feeling / He's Funny That Way / Sunday / Love Me Or Leave Me / Sweet Lorraine / Who's Foolin' Who / All Of Me / What Goes Up / My Future Just Passed / What Can I Say After I'm Sorry? / Betcha I Getcha / Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen / Ain't Misbehavin' / Honeysuckle Rose / What A Difference A Day Made / The Dixieland Band / There's A Lull In My Life / Cabin In The Sky / S'posin / Don't Worry 'Bout Me / If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight / Blame My Absent Minded Heart / Them There Eyes / You're Always There / Headless Horseman / I've Got To Sing.

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Kay Starr - "Honeysuckle Rose"

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