Kit Carson

ABOUT

Kit Carson (November 27, 1913 - June 24, 2001, b. Ruth Morrow), who also performed under the names of Liza Morrow and Kay Carson, was a traditional pop singer with clear, expressive vocals who became famous beginning in the mid 1940s. The featured vocalist on Benny Goodman's 1946 smash, "Symphony," her later hits include her Top 20 rendition of the Bob Musel/Jack Taylor-penned pop standard, "Band Of Gold" (1955).


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Band Of Gold (1955)

Pop charts debut year: 1955

Years active: ca. 1940s - ca. 1950s

Genres: Big band, traditional pop

Labels: Capitol

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