Bea Wain



Bea Wain

Rating
Active
1930 to 1960
Born
April 30, 1917 in The Bronx
Location
New York, New York, United States
Genres
Pop
Biography
Bea Wain (Beatrice Wain, New York City, April 30, 1917) is an American Big Band-era singer. She led the vocal group Bea and the Bachelors (with Al Rinker, Ken Lane, and John Smedberg) and the V8 (seven boys and a girl) on the Fred Waring show. In 1937, Wain joined former Tommy Dorsey arranger Larry Clinton and His Orchestra, which she joined after doing chorus work with Fred Waring and Ted Sttraeter. Her debut with Clinton was made in the summer of 1938 at the Glen Island Casino, New York. She was featured with Clinton on a number of hit tunes, including "Martha" and "Heart and Soul".

Top Songs by Bea Wain


I Married An Angel

by Larry Clinton & His Orchestra &

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


You Started Something

You Started Something

Bea Wain December 1, 2017

18 Tracks

Our Love Affair

Our Love Affair

Bea Wain August 9, 2016

24 Tracks

Essential Hits

Essential Hits

Bea Wain November 19, 2014

34 Tracks

Do I Worry

Do I Worry

Bea Wain September 30, 2014

34 Tracks

Deep Purple

Deep Purple

Bea Wain September 16, 2013

25 Tracks

My Reverie

My Reverie

Bea Wain October 24, 2011

24 Tracks

The Very Best Of

The Very Best Of

Bea Wain September 1, 2009

48 Tracks

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