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:
Pop charts debut year: 1948
Years active: ca. 1940s
Genres: Traditional pop
Disclosure: The following links will take you to various online merchants outside of allbutforgottenoldies.net that sell recordings and other merchandise for the performing artist featured on this page. Please note that these are referral or affiliate links from which allbutforgottenoldies.net may receive, at no additional cost to you, a commission if you should make any purchases through them.
Vinyl Records, LPs, CDs and Rare Albums. Out of Print Music Albums and Imports