Toni Arden


Toni Arden (February 15, 1924 - May 29, 2012, b. Antoinette Ardizzone) was a traditional pop singer from New York City who became famous beginning in the mid 1940s. Born into a musical family, she began her career singing with such then-popular acts as Al Trace and Shep Fields. As a solo artist, her best known songs include "I Can Dream, Can't I?" (1949), "Too Young" (1951), "Kiss Of Fire" (1952), and "Padre" (1958).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • I Can Dream, Can't I? (1949)
  • Too Young (1951)
  • I'm Yours (1952)
  • Kiss Of Fire (1952)
  • Are You Satisfied? (1956)
  • Padre (1958)

Pop charts debut year: 1949

Years active: ca. 1940s - 1960s

Genres: Traditional pop, big band

Labels: National Records, Columbia, RCA Victor, Decca


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