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June Valli

June Valli

June Valli


June Valli (Jun. 30, 1928 Bronx – Mar. 12, 1993, Fort Lee, New Jersey), the stage name of June Foglia, was an American singer and television personality. She was one of the stars of the 1950s television show Your Hit Parade. She sang on the show during the show's 1952-1953 season. At the start of the 1953-1954 season, she was replaced by singer Gisele MacKenzie. Valli recorded a number of hit songs, including "Strange Sensation" (1952), "A shoulder to cry on", "Crying in the Chapel", "Why Don't You Believe Me?" and "Unchained Melody". Read more on Last.fm
June Valli (Jun. 30, 1928 Bronx – Mar. 12, 1993, Fort Lee, New Jersey), the stage name of June Foglia, was an American singer and television personality. She was one of the stars of the 1950s television show Your Hit Parade.

She sang on the show during the show's 1952-1953 season. At the start of the 1953-1954 season, she was replaced by singer Gisele MacKenzie. Valli recorded a number of hit songs, including "Strange Sensation" (1952), "A shoulder to cry on", "Crying in the Chapel", "Why Don't You Believe Me?" and "Unchained Melody". Throughout her career, she sang with various stars of the time, including Mel Torme and Fats Domino Valli was also the singing voice in a series of commercials for Chiquita Banana. At one time she was married to famed Chicago radio (WIND) disc jockey Howard Miller.

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