Mary Kaye

Mary Kaye (January 9, 1924 ? February 17, 2007) , sometimes called the "First Lady of Rock and Roll", was a guitarist and performer who was active in the 1950s and 1960's. Mary Kaye (born Mary Ka'aihue) descended from Hawaiian royalty in the line of Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii's last reigning monarch, and was born into a show business family. She is credited, along with Louis Prima, as being a founder of the Las Vegas "lounge" phenomenon: an all-night party atmosphere where stars and common ... more on Wikipedia

Mary Kaye Filmography

movie 1957 Bop Girl Goes Calypso as Herself
movie 1957 Spring Reunion as Singer - title song
movie 1956 Cha-Cha-Cha Boom! as Herself

Mary Kaye on Youtube

The night before Len & Mary Kaye's wedding leaves Mary Kaye with cold feet. How did it turn out? I think we all know the answer to that.

First ever published Cowboy Poem, written by Frank Deprez and arranged, composed, performed, and produced by Mary Kaye on her Album, "No Wilder Place."

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WMA Awards Banquet Mary Kaye and Richard Lee Cody. Video by Diane Tribitt