Alan Dale

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Alan Dale (July 9, 1928 - April 20, 2002, b. Aldo Sigismondi) was a pop singer with a smooth baritone who became famous beginning in the late 1940s and hosted his own TV show in 1951. His best known songs include "The Gang That Sang 'Heart Of My Heart'" (1953), "Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White" (1955), and "Sweet And Gentle" (1955). Dale played a rock & roll singer in "Don't Knock The Rock" (1956) and sang the movie's title song.


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • The Darktown Strutters' Ball (1948)
  • (The Gang That Sang) "Heart Of My Heart" (1953)
  • Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White (1955)
  • Sweet And Gentle (1955)

Pop charts debut year: 1948

Years active: 1943-2002

Genres: Traditional pop, rock & roll

Labels: Signature, Columbia, Decca, Coral, ABC, MGM, United Artists

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