Georgia Carr

The big break for Georgia Carr came in 1946 when she tied for firstplace with singer April Stevens in a talent contest. That have her the push to quit her secretarial job in Los Angeles, and move to San Diego, where she sang at club Royal for six years. When bandleader Stan Kenton happened into the club, he immediately recognized her talent, and introduced her to Capitol Records. The label agreed she was destined to hit the bigtime, so they launched a nation-wide promotional campaign, and with several hit recordings behind her, an engagement at New York’s Birdland brought her top billing and assurance of stardom. From then on, Georgia appeared on countless supper clubs throughout the nation, accompanied by her musical mentor and pianist Eddie Beal.

In 1958, backed by a group of ace Hollywood musicians, she recorded the LP 'Songs by a Moody Miss' for Tops Records, and was credited on...

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Georgia Carr Albums

1 record

Albums featuring Georgia Carr

1 record