Wee Bonnie Baker (born April 1, 1917, Orange, Texas, USA – died August 11, 1990, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA) was an American big band singer of jazz and popular music. She is perhaps best remembered as the vocalist on the 1939 Orrin Tucker
hit "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!" Following a recommendation by Louis Armstrong
, Bonnie Baker joined Orrin Tucker
's orchestra 1936, who promptly nicknamed her "'Wee Bonnie Baker" on account of her short 4'11" stature. After the orchestra disbanded in 1942, she continued with a solo career, sometimes performing and recording as plain "Bonnie Baker", including a novelty record with the Mel Blanc
-voiced Daffy Duck
character. She gave up performing after suffering a heart attack in 1965. In 1976, she was a switchboard operator at a Ft. Lauderdale medical center.