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Eddie Fisher

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Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: August 10, 1928 | Died: September 22, 2010    

American singer and entertainer, who was one of the world's most famous and successful singers in the 1950s, selling millions of records and having his own TV show.

Young crooner, protege of Eddie Cantor; got first wide exposure as frequent guest performer on Cantor's early-50's TV broadcasts. Later responsible for million-selling records during the 50's, including “Any Time” (his signature song), “O My Papa!” and many others.

He was married to Debbie Reynolds, Elizabeth Taylor, and Connie Stevens. His divorce from his first wife, Debbie Reynolds, to marry his best friend's widow, Elizabeth Taylor, garnered scandalously unwelcome publicity at the time....
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  • Song Of The Dreamer

    Repertoire Records
    2008
  • The Best Of Eddie Fisher

    Repertoire Records
    1975
  • Eddie Fisher's Greatest Hits

    Repertoire Records
    1962
  • Tonight My Heart Will Be Crying

    Repertoire Records
    1957
  • And This Is My Beloved

    Repertoire Records
    1956
  • Night And Day

    Repertoire Records
    1954
  • April Showers

    Repertoire Records
    1954
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Eddie Fisher - Greatest Hits
RCA Victor (2001)

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