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  • Chere Brown

    1956 "Singing The Blues" by Guy Mitchell

  • Paula Laurita

    Seventh Doctor: Serial--Delta and the Bannermen (Singing the Blues - most famously recorded by Guy Mitchell)

  • Linda Kreger

    Daily Prompt: Singing the Blues

  • Earl Carlson

    Guy Mitchell -- Singing the Blues (1956)

  • Arlene McKnight

    Guy Mitchell - 'Singing The Blues' (Live!) written by Melvin Endsley and was released in 1956. The best-known recording of the song, released in October 1956 by Guy Mitchell, spent 9 weeks at #1 on the Billboard chart from December 8, 1956 - February 2, 1957, despite competition from rival versions by Tommy Steele and Marty Robbins.

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