Chanteuse Country US née Patty Saturday en 1937. Darla Daret a enregistré chez Silver et Swan Records. Elle fut membre du groupe Western Swing de Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys.

US Country singer born Patty Saturday in 1937. A busy session Vocalsist in the 1950s and early-60s, Darla Daret was equally comfortable singing pop as she was singing country music. A member of western swing group, Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, in 1955, she continued to periodically work with the band throughout the remainder of the 1950s. Her Vocalss on the Sonny James recording, "Are You Mine", went un-credited until the release of a six-CD boxed set, Sonny James: Young Love -- The Complete Recordings 1952-1962, in 2002.
Daret unknowingly became a foot-note in rock and roll history when she recorded her only solo single, "Don't Cha Wanna" b/w "Honey Hush". Released in 1957, the single featured accompaniment by the Johnny Mann Orchestra and rock pioneer Eddie Cochran on guitar.

Talents : Vocals

Style musical : Traditional Country, Western Swing, Rockabilly, Doo Wop

SUGAR BABY (1956) (Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys, Vocals Darla Daret)

HONEY HONEY (1957) (Darla Daret)

LADIES CHOICE (1958) (Patty Saturday)

LOVE IS A BEAUTIFUL THING (1958) (Patty Saturday)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10



06/1956 SP DECCA 9-29909 (US) So Let's Rock (Bob WILLS & the TEXAS PLAYBOYS, vcl Lee ROSS) / Sugar Baby (Bob WILLS & the TEXAS PLAYBOYS, vcl Darla DARET)
12/1957 SP SILVER 2001 (US) Darla DARET with Johnny MANN ORCHESTRA - Don't Cha Wanna' / Honey Honey
1958 SP SWAN S4022 (US) Patty SATURDAY - Ladies Choice / Love Is A Beautiful Thing
1959 SP SWAN S4035 (US) Patty SATURDAY - Walking In The Sand / As I Love You
1959 SP SWAN S4041 (US) Patty SATURDAY - That's My Story / Slow Motion

© Rocky Productions 26/12/2012