- Kitty Kallen, Big Band Singer of 'Bésame Mucho,' Dies at 94
- Kitty Kallen, her voice sweet and clear, welcomed the troops home from World War II, singing: “Kiss me once, then kiss me twice, then kiss me once again. It's been a long, long time.
- Kitty Kallen's Death Conjures All Those Wonderful Lonesome Ballads From World
- Kitty Kallen's death softly closes one of the last doors on a gentle yet deceptively powerful corner of 20th century popular music.
- Laulaja Kitty Kallen on kuollut
- Laulaja Kitty Kallen on kuollut. Kitty Kallen kuvattuna vuonna 1955. (KUVA: Associated Newspapers/REX/All Over Press).
- Legendara cântăreaţă Kitty Kallen a murit. Cu siguranţă i-ai fredonat hiturile VIDEO
- Kitty Kallen şi-a început cariera la un show de radio şi a cântat cu trupe mari ca adolescentă. A interpretat cântece precum Besame Mucho, I'd Never Forgive Myself, Kitty Who? sau Little Things Mean a Lot.
- Stephanie Rader, undercover spy in postwar Europe, dies at 100
- Stephanie Czech Rader was the daughter of Polish immigrants, uneducated laborers who settled in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., in the early 1920s and barely spoke English.
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