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Brenda Lee - I'm Sorry .. "I'm Sorry" is a 1960 hit song by 15-year-old American singer Brenda Lee. It peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in July 1960. Allmusic guide wrote that it is the pop star's "definitive song", and one of the "finest teen pop songs of its era".

Brenda Lee - I'm Sorry; One of the first country music singers whose music is timeless. I have met her, too. She is so nice and shows pictures of her grandchildren!

Brenda Lee - Only You (1962) - My Favorite singer of all time..Love this Gal...

Brenda Lee - "I'm Sorry"....listening to the radio in the car on a Sunday afternoon.

Peggy Lee - love to hear her sing 'Fever'

The late great Peggy Lee, a favorite of mine (I'm a huge Jazz fan). Peggy was a singer in The Benny Goodman Orchestra before going solo. You may also know her as the voice of the Siamese Cats in Disneys 'Lady and The Tramp.'

Peggy Lee... i miss music's simplicity of a microphone and vocal chords.

'Little' Brenda Lee belted out a new tune at us the end of 1959 with her 'Sweet Nothings' - such a little gal with that great big voice!

BRENDA LEE ~ Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree

Steppenwolf, Staple Singers, Grateful Dead and Santana concert poster by Lee Conklin

Andy Williams ~ Moon River ... I'm sure most people think of Audrey Hepburn singing this in Breakfast at Tiffany's (which I love), but I really love his voice!