Musical and Comedy (1930s-1950s)
It all began in the 1930s - after marrying his high school sweetheart and starting his own barbershop business, Perry began singing with the big bands.
Quickly gaining popularity, he was compared with the likes of Sinatra and Bing. Over his long career, Perry sold over 100 million records. "Catch a Falling Star in 1958 marked his first (of 27) gold records. Known for his hits, "It's Impossible and "Til the End of Time, Perry continued singing until his last breath.
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Perry was well-liked for his humble and easy-going demeanor, often putting others at ease. This attitude worked well for his television shows in the 1960s, which was often broadcast to celebrate various holidays.
Enjoy this collection of Como music and banter on such wonderful shows as Bing Crosby, Fibber McGee and Molly, Guard Session, and his very own Perry Como's Supper Club .