Teresa Brewer

Teresa Brewer

Original Name Theresa Veronica Breuer
Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, USA
Death 17 Oct 2007 (aged 76)
New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York, USA
Burial Unknown
Memorial ID 22282775 · View Source
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Singer. Born Theresa Breuer in Toledo, Ohio, she was a popular vocalist of the 1950s and 1960s, best known for such hits as "Let Me Go, Lover!", "A Tear Fell" and "Music! Music! Music!". She began her entertainment career as a young child performing on local radio programs and at five made her broadcast debut on the "Major Bowes Amateur Hour". In 1953 Brewer appeared in the film "Those Redheads from Seattle" and went on to become a familiar television performer in such programs as "Toast of the Town", "The Perry Como Show" and "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson". Her other memorable songs include, "Silver Dollar", "A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl" and "Empty Arms". She died of complications from neuromuscular disease.

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