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Buddy Greco

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Buddy Greco

American singer and pianist add

Category: Music

Born in 1926.

Countries: United States (29%), United Kingdom (18%), Essex (18%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Buddy Rich, George Carlin, England

Linked to: BBC Big Band




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Buddy Greco was born in 1926 add something


In the 1960s he made appearances with the Rat Pack add something


Bobby Vinton - It was released as an album track on the 1962 "Roses Are Red " LP. Despite pressure from Vinton to release it as a single, Epic instead had Buddy Greco release it and it flopped


In 1967, Greco starred in the summer replacement television series "Away We Go" with drummer Buddy Rich and comedian George Carlin add something


Buddy Rich - Rich starred in a 1967 summer replacement television series called "Away We Go" along with singer Buddy Greco and comedian George Carlin


Greco played the nightclub singer Lucky in the 1969 film "The Girl Who Knew Too Much" add something


His last nationally charted record was "From Atlanta to Goodbye", on the Scepter label, which made Billboard's Easy Listening Top 40 in 1969 add something


David Janssen - She was previously married to singer Buddy Greco from whom she was divorced in April 1974


In 2008, Greco toured the UK with his wife Lezlie Anders add something


In 2008, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California Walk of Stars was dedicated to him and spouse Lezlie Anders add something


Greco was the first Las Vegas headliner to star at a British casino when he performed in cabaret on 8 August 2008 at the Circus Casino, Star City, Birmingham add something


Greco continued to appear at his club in Cathedral City, California, until its closure in August 2009 add something


He toured the UK for over 30 dates from July 2010 with the Swinging Las Vegas Legends Show add something


On New Year's Eve 2011 he made a guest appearance on Jools Holland's "Hootenanny" singing "Fly Me to the Moon" backed by the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra add something


In 2012, Greco has been enjoying touring around England, performing in slightly smaller venues, including Thameside Theatre Stage, and The Broadway in Essex add something


"The Sunday Times", 7 April 2013: 27, Print add something


Greco died on January 10, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada, aged 90 add something


On June 25, 2019, "The New York Times Magazine" listed Buddy Greco among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire add something