Angelina Helen Catherine Cordovano, known professionally as Cathy Carr, was an American pop singer.
|Birth name:||Angelina Helen Catherine Cordovano|
|Born:||June 28, 1936, The Bronx, New York, U.S.|
|Died:||November 22, 1988, Fayetteville, New York, U.S.|
|Labels:||Coral, Fraternity, Roulette, London, Smash, Laurie, RCA, Dot|
|Website:||Cathy Carr's Official site|
About Cathy Carr
1950s and 1960s pop singer who is best known for the single "Ivory Tower."
She started her entertainment career as a child performer on New York's The Children's Hour.
She ended her singing career in 1967 after being unsuccessful in releasing adult-themed songs.
She grew up in a small family in The Bronx.
Her hit single "Ivory Tower" was later covered by country singer Hank Locklin .
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- Coral Records artists
- Laurie Records artists
- Roulette Records artists
- Smash Records artists
- Apex Records artists
- Dot Records artists
- Traditional pop music singers