In 1993, she took some time to do something for herself and for her fans - she recorded her first album "Now and Then". Other albums followed, "Somewhere In Time - songs of World War II", "Hopes for the Holidays" with Bob, "That's Love" and "Young at Heart" dedicated to Bob. In 2002, she started preparations for a sixth album.
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[Interview, 1982] My father died when I was very young, and there was just my mother, my sister, and me. Were we a needy family? I always like what General Eisenhower said: 'We were poor and didn't know it.'
During the 1930s, she began her professional singing career under the name, "Dolores Reade", on the advice of her agent. In 1933, after appearing at the Vogue Club, a Manhattan nightclub, Reade was introduced to Bob Hope
, who had been advised to check her out by George Murphy