Mindy Carson

ABOUT

Mindy Carson (b. July 16, 1927) is a former traditional pop singer from New York City who became famous during the early 1950s. Her best known songs include her Top 10 rendition of the Victor Young/Ned Washington-penned jazz/pop standard, "My Foolish Heart" (1950), the title song from the 1949 movie co-starring Dana Andrews and Susan Hayward.


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Rumors Are Flying (1946)
  • A Rainy Day Refrain (1950)
  • Bewitched (1950)
  • Candy And Cake (1950)
  • My Foolish Heart (1950)
  • Lonely Little Robin (1951)
  • ( 'Cause I Love You) That's A-Why (1952)
  • Memories Are Made Of This (1955)
  • Wake The Town And Tell The People (1955)
  • Since I Met You, Baby (1956)

Pop charts debut year: 1946

Years active: 1946 - ca. 1950s

Genres: Traditional pop

Labels: Signature, RCA Victor, Columbia

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