Jerry Wayne


Jerry Wayne was a pop singer and stage actor who became famous during the late 1940s. His best known songs include "Room Full Of Roses" (1949), a Top 10 hit. He was also the featured vocalist on Ken Griffin's chart-topping "You Can't Be True, Dear" (1948), which became a million-seller.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • You Call Everybody Darling (1948)
  • A Little Bird Told Me (1949)
  • Room Full Of Roses (1949)

Pop charts debut year: 1948

Years active: ca. 1940s

Genres: Traditional pop

Labels: Columbia


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Jerry Wayne

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