Bernice Petkere

geboren am 11.8.1901 in Chicago, IL, USA

gestorben am 12.1.2000 in Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Bernice Petkere

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Bernice Petkere

Bernice Petkere (August 11, 1901January 7, 2000) was an American songwriter. She was dubbed the "Queen of Tin Pan Alley" by Irving Berlin.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, she began performing in vaudeville as a child. "Starlight (Help Me Find The One I Love)" (1931), her first published song, was recorded by Bing Crosby. She also wrote radio themes for CBS. Other notable songs include "Lullaby of the Leaves", "The Lady I Love", "Close Your Eyes", "My River Home", "By a Rippling Stream", "Stay Out of My Dreams", "A Mile a Minute" and "It's All So New to Me", which was featured in the Joan Crawford film "The Ice Follies of 1939" (MGM, 1939). She was a member of ASCAP and the Writers Guild of America. Her songs have been recorded by Kurt Elling, Tony Bennett, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Nancy Wilson, Ella Fitzgerald, Queen Latifah, Vic Damone, Betty Carter, Harry "Sweets" Edison and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (together, in an instrumental version), Harry Belafonte, The Ventures, and Kate Smith. Petkere died in Los Angeles, California, at age 98.[1][2][3]


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