Patti Page, the singer known for "Tennessee Waltz" one of the best-selling recordings ever, and "How Much Is That Doggy In The Window," has died. She was 85.
CBS is reporting she died on New Year's Day at her home in Southern California.
Page was to be honored by the Recording Academy in a pre-Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremony on Feb. 9, was one of the top-selling female singers in history with more than 100 million record sales. She created a distinctive sound for the music industry in 1947 by overdubbing her own voice when she didn't have enough money to hire backup singers for the single, "Confess."
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You might be able to pick up her music at one of these Dana Point or Laguna Niguel music stores: