Girl singer: an autobiography

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Girl singer: an autobiography
New York
Doubleday
1999
eng
Girl Singer is that rarity, an entertainer's autobiography that sidesteps the usual cash-in maneuvers, instead earning the label of memoir. Rosemary Clooney, of course, is the 1950s pop sweetheart ("Come On-a My House," a song she detested) turned 1960s nervous-breakdown casualty and, finally, comeback kid with a well-loved interpretive style. She recalls a hectic childhood spent mostly under the wing of her grandmother, who was better equipped than her parents to raise Rosemary, sister Betty, and brother Nick.
336
978-0-385-49334-5
Girl singer
Library of Congress ISBN
ML420.C58 A3 1999