Gene Austin


Gene Austin (June 24, 1900 - January 24, 1972, b. Lemeul Eugene Lucas) was a singer, songwriter, and one of the most popular acts of the late 1920s. His long string of hits through 1934 included such chart-toppers as "Yes Sir! That's My Baby" (1925), "Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue" (1926), and "My Blue Heaven" (1927). He had a hit many years later in 1957 with "Too Late" (from the Goodyear TV special, "The Gene Austin Story").

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Too Late (1957)

Pop charts debut year: 1925

Years active: ca. 1920s - 1950s

Genres: Vaudeville, old-time

Labels: RCA Victor


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