Note(s)Maxine Sullivan (nee Marietta Williams) , was born in 1911 in Homestead, Pa. and died in 1987. She first attracted attention in New York in 1937 in Claude Thornhill's band, particularly with her successful recording Loch Lomond. This recording typecast her as a singer of folk and light-classical material for the rest of her career. During the 1940's she moved away from her early close association with folk songs, and developed a fresh repertory of standard pop songs. She received a Tony nomination in 1979, and was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1986. Maxine died of heart failure at Westchester Square Hospital in the Bronx in 1987.
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