Patti Page is one of America’s
true musical icons. In the course of her seven-decade recording career,
she has become a living legend by selling more than 100 million records,
making her one of the biggest selling female recording artists in history.
Patti’s silky-smooth voice engulfed the
airwaves during the ‘50s and ‘60s, providing her with a staggering
111 hits, 15 gold records and four gold albums. Patti became the first crossover
artist to take country music out of the country and onto the pop charts with
such million record sellers as “Mockin’ Bird Hill,” “I
Went To Your Wedding,” “Mister & Mississippi,” and, of
course, the legendary “Tennessee Waltz,” which was #1 concurrently
on all three charts (Pop, Country, & R&B) and sold more than 20 million
copies. She was also the first artist to use multiple voice techniques on records
and the only singer —male or female—to have had shows bearing her
name on all three major television networks.
Patti’s accomplishments remain unparalleled. Today,
she continues to use her sweet, tranquil voice to touch the hearts of many
generations and has recorded four new albums in the past six years, one of
which received a Grammy.
Patti still enjoys performing 50 select concerts throughout
the year, sharing her incredible list of chart-topping classics with her fans.