A SOUTH FLORIDA TREASURE –
LEGENDARY SONGSTRESS GLENDA GRAINGER --
South Florida has long been home to many prominent and famous vocalists.
Perry Como lived in Jupiter for many years. Pop singer Celine Dion and crooner Vic Damone both reside in Palm Beach county. Rock ‘n’ roller Dion and rapper Lil Wayne also live in south Florida.
Legendary songstress Glenda Grainger also calls south Florida home. In a career that began 64 years ago in her native London, Ms, Grainger has literally done it all! She’s had success in recording (She had a hit record in England with one of the songs from the James Bond movie Thunderball, called “Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.”), in movies (She appeared in a classic French film noir called “Deux Hommes Aux Manhattan” (“Two Men in Manhattan”), numerous films in Mexico and was featured in the Jerry Lewis movie “Hook, Line & Sinker, where she played a lifeguard who gave Jerry CPR and mouth to mouth resuscitation!) and on television (She has appeared in over forty major TV Variety shows in the States, including various appearances on the Johnny Carson “Tonight” show, and numerous stints on the Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin and Joey Bishop shows, plus guest appearances on the Dean Martin and Hollywood Palace shows). This remarkable performer also appeared at top night clubs including the famed Latin Quarter, “Maisonnette” of the St. Regis Hotel in NY, plus all the major hotels in San Juan Puerto Rico, Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, and major venues throughout the States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.
She has shared the stage with show-biz legends such as Jackie Mason, Milton Berle, The Smothers Brothers, George Gobel, and Jan Murray
This ageless vocal dynamo is still delighting audiences throughout south Florida with her entertaining and electrifying stage presence, boundless energy, and rich and powerful voice that would be the envy of vocalists half her age. While many singers lose their chops with age, Glenda Grainger sounds like a 30-year-old, but with the added benefit of decades of experience and showmanship. Her huge repertoire runs the gamut from Broadway show tunes and The Great American Songbook to jazz and contemporary ballads.
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For booking information and available dates, contact GLP Music at (954) 346-8863 or firstname.lastname@example.org