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Connie Haines

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Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: January 20, 1922 | Died: September 22, 2008    

Born Yvonne Jasme, big band vocalist Connie Haines began singing and dancing at an early age. Her big break came in 1935, at age 13, when she won an amateur contest on Fred Allen's NBC radio program. During the late 1930s she worked for Howard Lally's orchestra.

In 1939 bandleader Harry James heard Haines rehearsing at a New York music publishing company and hired her for his band, changing her name. She left the following year and kept busy with solo engagements around the New York area before being hired by Tommy Dorsey, where she joined former James bandmate Frank Sinatra.

In 1941 Haines landed the spot as featured vocalist on Abbott and Costello's radio program. She spent four years with the show. Haines has continued performing up to this day....
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  • Kiss The Boys Goodbye

    Polydor
    2009
  • Showboat Favorites Featuring Connie Haines Singing

    Polydor
    1960
  • Connie Haines Sings

    Polydor
    1952
  • Don't Fan The Flame

    Polydor
    1951
  • Connie Haines Sings A Tribute To Helen Morgan

    Polydor
    0
  • On Broadway With Connie Haines

    Polydor
    0

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