Jeri Southern


Jeri Southern (August 5, 1926 - August 4, 1991) was a Nebraska-born jazz pianist and singer who became famous during the 1950s. She sang in a number of movies during that decade and had two Top 40 hits with "You Better Go Now" (1951) and "Joey" (1954).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • You Better Go Now (1951)
  • Occasional Man (1955)

Pop charts debut year: 1951

Years active: ca. early 1940s - early 1960s

Genres: Jazz, traditional pop

Labels: Decca, Roulette, Capitol Records


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