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Eddie Fisher the actor and teen idol from the 1950s. A pre-Rock and Roll vocalist, Fisher’s strong and melodious tenor made him a teen idol and one of the most popular singers of the 1950s. He had seventeen songs in the Top 10 on the music charts between 1950 and 1956 and thirty-five in the Top 40.
Fisher has performed in top concert halls all over the United States and headlined in major Las Vegas showrooms. He has headlined at the Palace Theater in New York City as well as London’s Palladium.
Fisher has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for Recording, at 6241 Hollywood Boulevard, and one for TV, at 1724 Vine Street.
He was married to actress/singer Debbie Reynolds. They had a daughter, Carrie Fisher, who would later become an actress.
Born August 10, 1928 and died September 22, 2010 of complications from hip surgery.
BTW, there was a jazz guitarist also named Eddie Fisher who put out a small number of soul-jazz guitar albums in the early ’70s.
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I'm Walking Behind You
I Need You Now
Wish You Were Here
Outside Of Heaven
Any Time
Dungaree Doll
Tell Me Why
Christmas Day
I'm Yours
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Eddie Fisher And The Next One Hundred Years
Every Song I Have Is Yours
You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet / I Love You (+ Bonus)
I'm Yours
Any Time
Oh! My Papa
How Do You Speak To An Angel
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