Remembering a Legend: Songstress Eydie Gorme Dies at 84

Grammy winning performer was a popular nightclub, TV persona in 1960s.
3:00 | 08/11/13

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Remember a beloved American Bullock's. Grammy winner eating gourmet brought her voice to millions of Americans preparing and so many TV shows for decades and yet -- Turning -- him some time performing on her own and so often as a team when -- husband Steve Lawrence. Fans -- them simply as dvd. Okay. May was known for her major hit in 1963. Blame it on the bossa nova -- -- dance -- of the time. She'd been invited to join the cast of Steve Allen's local TV show in the 1950s. But that killed became the Tonight Show but her husband and -- in 1966 singing I wanna be around. -- not -- wow I. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Her husband Steve Lawrence saying in a statement this weekend eating has been my partner on stage and in life for more than 55 years. I fell in love with her the moment I saw her even more the first time I heard her sing. New York City -- grew up speaking English and Spanish. Voted prettiest -- is cheerleader at her high school the Bronx. That many were Spanish recordings -- her English ones. Celebrated by her devoted fans. -- -- -- We're. -- already missed tonight.

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