Perry Como put aside his career as a barber to become one of the top American crooners of the 20th century and also one of the first multimedia stars. His record sales exceeded 100 million. In 1948, Como was the first popular singer to cross over to television and The Perry Como Show became the benchmark for a broadcast music and variety show. Como's career illuminates developments in the music and television business in the middle of the last century. This biography features 73 photographs, a complete discography, a listing of all television appearances, and a year by year chronology of Perry Como's life from 1912 to 2001.A Biography and Complete Career Record Malcolm Macfarlane, Ken Crossland ... however, Tommy Rockwell of the Rockwell-Oa#39;Keefe Agency (who had been managing the Weems band) contacts him. Como accepts his offer after receiving assurances that he will be able to live in one place (in this case, New York) for a ... He and his wife and child live in a small apartment in Long Island City, Queens.
|Author||:||Malcolm Macfarlane, Ken Crossland|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2012-05-10|