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Brenda Lee

Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Brenda Lee

Brenda Lee, née Brenda Mae Tarpley (born December 11, 1944 in Atlanta, Georgia), is an American country-pop singer, who was popular during the 1950s and 1960s. In the 1960s she had more charted hits than any other woman, and only three male singers/groups (Elvis Presley, Ray Charles and The Beatles) outpaced her. She was one of the earliest pop stars to have a major contemporary international following. She was given the nickname Little Miss Dynamite

Artist Tags For Brenda Lee

1) Oldies 2) 60s 3) Female Vocalists 4) Country 5) Rockabilly

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For Brenda Lee

1) Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree 2) Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - Single Version 3) I'm Sorry 4) Jingle Bell Rock 5) Rocking Around The Christmas Tree 6) Sweet Nothin's 7) Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - Rerecorded Version 8) Break It to Me Gently 9) All Alone Am I 10) Dynamite 11) Rockin Around the Christmas Tree 12) Sweet Nothin's - Single Version 13) Dum Dum 14) Emotions 15) Frosty The Snowman 16) Is It True 17) I'm Gonna Lasso Santa Claus 18) That's All You Gotta Do 19) Let's Jump the Broomstick 20) I Want to Be Wanted 21) A Marshmallow World 22) Jambalaya (On the Bayou) 23) I Wonder 24) Losing You 25) Everybody Loves Me but You 26) You Can Depend on Me 27) Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Single Version) 28) Christmas Will Be Just Another Lonely Day 29) Weep No More My Baby 30) As Usual 31) Here Comes That Feeling 32) Papa Noel 33) Coming On Strong 34) Bigelow 6-200 35) Rock the Bop 36) Jambalaya 37) Too Many Rivers 38) I'm Sorry - Single Version 39) Speak to Me Pretty 40) The End of the World 41) Fool #1 42) Silver Bells 43) Break It To Me Gently - Single Version 44) Kansas City 45) Heart in Hand 46) Blue Christmas 47) If You Love Me (Really Love Me) 48) I Want To Be Wanted (Per Tutta La Vita) 49) Winter Wonderland 50) All Alone Am I - Single Version

Frogtoon Music - 50 Top Albums For Brenda Lee

1) Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree 2) Anthology 1956-1980 (Volume 1 & 2) 3) Jingle Bell Rock 4) Little Miss Dynamite, Vol. 2 5) A Brenda Lee Christmas 6) Christmas Classics Featuring Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty The Snowman & The Little Drummer Boy 7) Little Miss Dynamite (disc 4) 8) Rockin' Little Christmas 9) Merry Christmas From Brenda Lee 10) The EP Collection 11) Essential Christmas 12) Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree/The Decca Christmas Recordings 13) Little Miss Dynamite, Vol. 1 14) White Christmas (Digitally Re-Mastered) 15) Greatest Hits 16) Rock N' Roll Legends 17) Anthology 1956-1980 18) The Definitive Collection 19) All-Time Greatest Hits (disc 2) 20) Now That's What I Call Christmas 21) Rock N' Roll Legends (International Version) 22) Santa's Greatest Hits / 20th Century Masters Christmas 23) (null) 24) Little Miss Dynamite (disc 3) 25) Brenda Lee 26) Brenda Lee Her Dynamite Hits 27) Best Of/20th Century - Christmas 28) The Best Of Brenda Lee: 20th Century Masters The Christmas Collection 29) NOW That's What I Call Christmas Volume 3 30) 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of Brenda Lee 31) 16 Greatest Hits 32) Now That's What I Call Christmas! 33) The Time-Life Treasury Of Christmas 34) Christmas International - JINGLE BELLS 35) An Education OST 36) 20th Century Masters - The Christmas Collection: The Best of Brenda Lee 37) Christmas Classics Featuring Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty The Snowman & The Littl 38) An Education (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 39) Absolute Christmas 40) The Very Best Family Christmas Album…Original Artists 41) Ultimate Pop Christmas 42) Christmas Number 1's 43) The Time-Life Treasury Of Christmas [Disc 2] 44) Merry Christmas 45) 50s Rock N' Roll & Rockabilly Christmas 46) Christmas Music 100 Hits 47) Christmas 48) Little Miss Dynamite 49) Classic Brenda Lee - The Universal Masters Collection 50) The Very Best of Brenda Lee Vol. 1
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