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Kay Starr (born Katherine Laverne Starks on a reservation in Dougherty, Oklahoma) was a popular singer with work transcending , , , and more that earned her chart success throughout the , best known today for her blockbuster hit "Wheel of Fortune". Her father, Harry, was a full-blooded Iroquois Indian; her mother, Annie, was of mixed Irish and American Indian heritage. When her father got a job installing water sprinkler systems, the family moved to Dallas, Texas.

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  • Avatar for AntonioOGandra
    In the years 50's I like very, very, very much to listen this song Wheel of Fortune. It told me some thing that I feel.
  • Avatar for 1969SL
    Fascinating, instantly recognizable, full-voiced 1950s pop singer who stands somewhere between country, swing, traditional pop and yes,even gospel. In the same league with her good friends Dinah Washington and Patsy Cline - personally I think she is one of the greatest pop singers ever.If you love her hit singles, I strongly recommend her gospel album "I Hear A Word" - its magnificent. Her fans were Edith Piaf, Billie Holiday, Count Basie and Elvis Presley - go figure.
  • Avatar for thederek
    Heartbreak music.
  • Avatar for JanetDraven
    so tired. <3
  • Avatar for anothlastfmuser
    Read this report: And comment your opinions. Thanks.
  • Avatar for LanFill
    Nice singing style
  • Avatar for MemoryMan1964
    Music & Memories
  • Avatar for Beakause
    Last night I dreamt that I heard an alarming sound on the other side of my front door. I opened it and a found Kay Starr smiling beautifully and laughing in a winter coat and white leather gloves, a snowball in poised and ready in her hand. The remnants of the last snowball lingering on the black door.
  • Avatar for IamFlood
    Love her cover of Waitin' for the Man
  • Avatar for LongLiveTheD
    Wow! Voice rings out like a bell. Very nice to listen to. [2]

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