Jeanne Black

Jeanne Black ( born October 25, 1937 as Gloria Jeanne Black in Pomona, California) is an American country music singer.

Music career

Nearly 19 -year-old was Jeanne Black 1956 nationally known by an appearance in the TV show Cliffie Stone 's Hometown Jamboree. It was followed by engagements in Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas, and it began a collaboration with guitarist Billy Strange. 1960 Jeanne Black received a recording contract with Capitol Records, where in April 1960 was released the first single. The A-side with Black as a soloist was entitled He'll Have to Stay on the B-side, she sang in a duet with a certain Janie Black the title Under Your Spell Again. He'll Have to Stay was a so-called answer song to Jim Reeves He'll Have to Go success. While Reeves asks in his song, his rival would have to go, responds Jeanne Black: " He will stay! " Just as the original title pleased the audience the answer song, he reached in the Billboard Hot 100 number 4 and was generally noted for eleven weeks. In the country charts, the title on the 6th and Rhythm & Blues landed on the 11th place. He'll Have to Stay was a million success and was awarded a gold record.

He'll Have To Stay Blacks remained single large plate success. The follow-up single Lisa / Journey of Love, also in duet with Janie Black came on the Hot 100 at number 43 the end of 1960 it tried Capitol with another answer song, this time on Elvis Presley's Are You Lonesome Tonight?. When Jeanne Black is called Oh, How I Miss You Tonight, and the title came to a rank 63. Blacks last single for Capitol Records A Letter to Anya / guessin 'Again was released in January 1962, another single shots are not known. An LP entitled A Little Bit Lonely Capitol had in 1961 with the catalog number. 1513 brought out.

Single - Discography ( Capitol )