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Joan Weber (I) (1935–1981)

New Jersey-born Joan Weber was just 18 years old in 1955 when she hit the big time with a #1 song, "Let Me Go, Lover." Intent on a career as a professional singer, she met up with manager Eddie Joy, who was impressed with the teenager's strong voice, and he subsequently set up a meeting with Charles Randolph Grean, a songwriter/producer (who had ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 45) in Ancora, New Jersey, USA

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Known For

The Block
The Block Penny
(1964)
Studio One in Hollywood
(1955)
The Ed Sullivan Show
(1954)
The Tony Bennett Show
(1956)

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 1964 The Block
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 1955 Blackboard Jungle (performer: "Let Me Go Lover" - uncredited)
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 1956 The Tony Bennett Show (TV Series)
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- Episode #1.3 (1956) ... Herself
 1955 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
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- The Missing Men (1955) ... Herself
 1954 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
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- Episode #8.16 (1954) ... Herself
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She was married to a young band leader and was pregnant at the time of the recording session that yielded her best known song. After the birth of her daughter Terry, Columbia dropped her because she could not promote her music and be a mother at the same time.

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