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India Adams

India Adams

India Adams


India Adams started her professional singing career while still a schoolgirl. In her teens she did vocal dubbing in films for Joan Crawford in "Torch Song" and for Cyd Charisse in "The Band Wagon," and under contract to MGM and RCA records. After moving to New York, India had starring roles in several musical shows including "Can Can" and "The Most Happy Fellow," and was the featured singer at the Latin Quarter and Radio City Music Hall. In 1965 Read more on Last.fm
India Adams started her professional singing career while still a schoolgirl. In her teens she did vocal dubbing in films for Joan Crawford in "Torch Song" and for Cyd Charisse in "The Band Wagon," and under contract to MGM and RCA records. After moving to New York, India had starring roles in several musical shows including "Can Can" and "The Most Happy Fellow," and was the featured singer at the Latin Quarter and Radio City Music Hall. In 1965, she moved to London, where she met and married internationally known interior designer, Quentin Rance.

Singing engangements in England included hundreds of appearances on the BBC, nightclubs, and broadcasts in Europe and Scandinavia, transatlantic crossings appearing on the QEII, and performing on cruises on other Cunard Line ships, television commercials, and a Royal Command Performance. She was Ginger Rogers' standby in "Mame" at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. After returning to Southern California, India joined two other singers, Annette Warren and Betty Wand, who have also done vocal dubbing in films, in a sparkling revue called "Hollywood's Secret Singing Stars," which received unanimous critical and public acclaim. "Hollywood's Secret Singing Stars" has played at the Cinegrill in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the Norris Theatre in Palos Verdes, the Castro Theatre in San Francisco, the Annenberg Theatre in the Palm Springs Desert Museum, the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in New York, the Smothers Theatre at Pepperdine University, and the Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA.

They also performed at the 1992 Oscars at the Scientific and Technical Oscar Award Presentations. India has also performed her own show several times at the Gardenia in Hollywood, and was recently featured there on November 14th and 15th, 2008. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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