|Name Sue Raney||Role Singer|
|Albums Songs For A Raney Day, Alive and in Love|
Similar People Bob Florence, Nelson Riddle, Ralph Carmichael, Billy May, Bill Holman
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Sue Raney (born June 18, 1940 in McPherson, Kansas) is an American jazz singer. Signed by Capitol Records at the age of 17, her debut album, the Nelson Riddle-produced When Your Lover Has Gone, was released in 1958.
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Raney begin singing at only four years of age, and encouraged by her mother, began working as a professional before she was a teenager. When she was nearly 14, she joined Jack Carson's Los Angeles-based radio show in 1954, and later worked on television as Ray Anthony's band's main vocalist. Her single Biology was the first Capitol single to be elevated to national promotion after Capitol introduced regional pre-testing in 1960. She was featured with the Stan Kenton orchestra in 1962 on the hour long television special Music of 1960's.
After a hiatus in the 1970s, Raney has continued to record sporadically, with one of her most recent albums being a 2006 tribute to Doris Day entitled Heart's Desire.
Her Imperial single "Early Morning Blues And Greens" was well-played on easy-listening stations, peaking at No. 16 on Billboard's MOR chart.
She voiced Patti Bear in The Great Bear Scare, an animated Halloween sequel to The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas.
She sang the Star-Spangled Banner at Dodger Stadium prior to the sixth game of the 1978 World Series.
Raney is married to trumpeter and former major league baseball player Carmen Fanzone.