Aliases of singer Jo Stafford and pianist and bandleader Paul Weston (2). In character as "Jonathan and Darlene Edwards", the pair put their own interpretation on popular songs including "I Love Paris" and "Paris in the Spring." The debut album followed a successful comedy act the couple would perform at parties during the 1950s, in which Weston would play an out of tune piano while Stafford would accompany him by singing in an off-key and high pitched voice. A joint winner of the 1961 Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album, their debut album garnered Stafford her only major award for her singing.
Jonathan And Darlene Edwards