Patti Page: The Oklahoma Thrush With 'The Tennessee Waltz'

Numerous sources are reporting the death of Patti Page, a genre-blurring singer who epitomized the pre-Elvis innocence of popular music, creating a string of sentimental hits that made her the best-selling female artist of the

Singer Patti Page, who died on New Year's Day, was a regular performer at John Ascuaga's Nugget over the years, and casino owner John Ascuaga remembered her fondly. “She sold out every show she played here,” Ascuaga said. “There was such a

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.

Singer Patti Page, who died on New Year's Day, was a regular performer at John Ascuaga's Nugget over the years, and casino owner John Ascuaga remembered her fondly. “She sold out every show she played here,” Ascuaga said. “There was such a

Singer Patti Page, whose smooth alto voice made hits of "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?", "Tennessee Waltz" and "Old Cape Cod," has died at 85, her manager confirmed to NBC News. She had a seven-decade