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Judy Johnson (singer)

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Judy Johnson (born March 8, 1928 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA) is an American pop singer most notable for her regular appearances on the NBC television series Your Show of Shows in the 1950s. She was married to composer and conductor Mort Lindsey.

In the early 1940s, Johnson sang with the Les Brown Orchestra under the name Betty Bonney. Her biggest hit was "How Little We Know", written by Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer for the character played by Lauren Bacall in the film To Have and Have Not.

Most of the kinescopes of Your Show of Shows were discarded by NBC, so few video appearances of Johnson remain. In one remaining film clip Johnson sings a cover of the Four Lads song "No, Not Much!". Her last television singing appearance was on The Arthur Murray Party in 1959.

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