Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States (1940 – present)
Vic Dana (b. 1942, New York) is an American singer in the traditional pop style. Originally discovered as a dancer (still in his pre-teens) by Sammy Davis, Jr., Dana also trained as a vocalist and signed with the Dolton label. In the mid-1960s he enjoyed a modest string of success with light pop singles including "More" and "Shangri-La." His biggest, however, was the song "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" which became a Billboard Top 10 hit in 1965.
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