Guy Mitchell  was an American pop singer and actor, successful in his homeland, the UK, and Australia.  He made his first appearance as a singer at age three, at a wedding reception and when his family moved to Los Angeles in 1938 he was spotted by a talent scout and signed up as a child performer. After a further family move, this time to San Francisco he continued taking voice lessons and eventually secured a spot on local radio.

In 1944 Guy Mitchell joined the armed forces but resumed his radio career when he returned from service. He was introduced to Mitch Miller (the head of A&R for the pop division at Columbia Records), who honed Guys skills and marketed him mainly as a radio star alongside the likes of Marty Robbins and Frankie Laine

Guy Mitchell Backing Tracks – Heartaches By The Number  …  Look At That Girl  …  My Heart Cries For You  …  Rockabilly  …  Singing The Blues  …  Sipping Soda  …  She Wears Red Feathers  …

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