Chanteuse Country US née Gloria Jeanne Black, le 25 Octobre 1937 à Pomona (Californie).
One-hit-wonder Jeanne Black scored a Top Ten pop and country hit in 1960 with an answer song to Jim Reeves's "He'll Have to Go" called, logically enough, "He'll Have to Stay." The California-born Black began her career in 1956, appearing as a singer on Cliffie Stone's Hometown Jamboree TV show. After leaving Jamboree in 1959, she performed in Las Vegas and at Lake Tahoe before teaming up with Billy Strange. Black signed to Capitol the following year, where she released her one big single. Though it was a great success, she was never able to follow it up with anything substantial.
Talents : Singer
Style musical : Nashville Sound, Countrypolitan, Country-Pop
|HE'LL HAVE TO STAY (1960)||
Years in activity :
Singles & EP
|1960||SP CAPITOL 4368 (US)||.||He'll Have To Stay / Under Your Spell Again|
|1960||SP CAPITOL 4396 (US)||.||Lisa / Journey Of Love|
|1960||SP CAPITOL 4456 (US)||.||You'll Find Out / ?|
|1960||SP CAPITOL 4492 (US)||.||Oh, How I Miss You Tonight / A Little Bit Lonely|
|1961||SP CAPITOL 4566 (US)||.||Jimmy Love / ?|
|1961||EP CAPITOL 1-1513 (F)||Lisa / He'll Have To Stay / I Almost Love My Mind / You Win Again|
|1961||LP 12" CAPITOL ST-1513 (US)||A LITTLE BIT LONELY - Hello, Mister Misery / He'll Have To Stay / I Almost Lost My Mind / How Many / A Little Bit Lonely / My Baby's Gone (with Janie BLACK) / You Win Again / The Loneliest Heart In Town / Lisa / Beautiful Lies (with Janie BLACK) / I Know I Can't Forget / But You Don't Know Me|
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