Patti Page

Memories abound when Patti Page's name is said. Remember Tennessee Waltz, Cross Over the Bridge and How Much is That Doggie in the Window?...just to mention three.

Women's International Center proudly welcomes 1992 Living Legacy Award Honoree and Recipient, Patti Page, as Honorary Hostess of the 1995 celebration of women and their contributions to humanity, and singing presenter of the Living Legacy Award to Ginger Rogers: Legend to Legend.

Honorary Hostess, 1995 Living Legacy Awards

Please visit The Official Patti Page Web Site.

Unlike most pop music singers, Page blended the styles of country music into many of her most popular songs. With this, many of Page's singles also made the Billboard Country Chart. Towards the 1970s, Page shifted her career towards country music, and she began charting on the country charts, up until 1982. Page is one of the few vocalists who have made the country charts in five separate decades. Other singers who have done this include Eddy Arnold and George Jones, both of whom are traditional country music singers.
When rock & roll music became popular in 1955, traditional pop music was becoming less popular. Page was one of the few traditional pop music singers who was able to sustain her success, continuing to have major hits into the mid-1960s with "Old Cape Cod," "Allegheny Moon," "A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)," and "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte." read more







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