Patti Page remembered by George Jones, Charlie Daniels

Pop-country singer Patti Page died on January 1st in Encinitas, California. She was 85. Born Clara Ann Fowler, Page was the best-selling female artis.

She took a job in the art department of a local radio station, KTUL, where she occasionally sang on the air as Patti Page during a program sponsored by the Page Milk Co. The name stuck even after she embarked on a professional singing career, signing

Patti Page, the sultry-voiced pop star who guided millions of fans through "The Tennessee Waltz" and asked "(How Much Is That) Doggie in the Window?" died Jan. 1 at a nursing home in Encinitas, Calif. She was 85. our editor recommends. 'Odd Couple

Death Summary: Cause of death is unknown at this time. Who was Patti Page : Patti Page was an American pop singer who rose to fame in the 1950's. Her most famous ballad was "Tennessee Waltz", which was one of the best-selling singles

She took a job in the art department of a local radio station, KTUL, where she occasionally sang on the air as Patti Page during a program sponsored by the Page Milk Co. The name stuck even after she embarked on a professional singing career, signing