Kitty Kallen



Kitty Kallen

Rating
Active
1939 to 1965
Born
May 25, 1922 in Philadelphia
Died
January 7, 2016
Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Genres
Metal
Biography
Kitty Kallen (born Katie Kallen; May 25, 1921 – January 7, 2016) was an American popular singer whose career spanned from the 1930s to the 1960s, to include the Swing era of the Big Band years, the post-WWII pop scene and the early years of rock 'n roll. Kallen performed with popular big band leaders of the 1940s, including Jimmy Dorsey and Harry James, before establishing a solo career. She is widely known for her 1954 solo recording '"Little Things Mean a Lot", a song that stayed at the U.S. number one spot for nine consecutive weeks, charted in the U.S.

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


It's a Lonesome Old Town

It's a Lonesome Old Town

Kitty Kallen January 6, 2018

11 Tracks

A Summer Sky Shines

A Summer Sky Shines

Kitty Kallen August 7, 2015

16 Tracks

The Greatest Hits Collection

The Greatest Hits Collection

Kitty Kallen July 13, 2015

49 Tracks

Jazz Elite: Best Of Kitty Kallen

Jazz Elite: Best Of Kitty Kallen

Kitty Kallen July 9, 2015

16 Tracks

Your Music Around Me

Your Music Around Me

Kitty Kallen June 5, 2015

17 Tracks

Are You Looking for a Sweetheart?

Are You Looking for a Sweetheart?

Kitty Kallen May 7, 2015

17 Tracks

Our Lady of Fatima

Our Lady of Fatima

Kitty Kallen February 15, 2015

17 Tracks

Juke Box Annie

Juke Box Annie

Kitty Kallen January 22, 2015

17 Tracks

Honestly

Honestly

Kitty Kallen December 21, 2014

48 Tracks

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