Buddy Greco

Real Name:Armando Greco

Buddy Greco (born August 14, 1926, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - died January 10, 2017, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA) was an American singer and pianist.

He began playing piano at the age of four and his first professional work was playing with Benny Goodman's band. He performed in the jazz and pop genres. He recorded approximately 65 albums and 100 singles. He had a number of hits including "Oh Look A-There, Ain't She Pretty", "Around The World", as well as his most successful single "The Lady Is A Tramp". His most popular albums were "On Stage" and "Buddy's Back in Town", both recorded on Columbia. He also had an active concert career playing in symphony halls, theatres, nightclubs, and Las Vegas showrooms (in the 1960's he made appearances with The Rat Pack). On screen, he played the role of nightclub singer, "Lucky" in the 1969 film, The Girl Who Knew Too Much.

Buddy Greco married five times. His last wife was Lezlie Anders with whom he was married from 1995 until his death.

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In Groups:Benny Goodman Septet, Buddy Greco and his Quintet, Buddy Greco Quartet, The Clarinaders
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