Connie Haines What's Easy For Two Is So Hard For One Motown
Connie Haines is best remembered in soul circles for her one-off recording for Motown. Sadly she died a few weeks ago.
Connie Haines, a peppy, petite, big-voiced singer with a zippy, rhythmic style who most famously teamed up with Frank Sinatra as lead vocalists with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, then went on to a prolific career of her own, died on Monday in Clearwater Beach, Fla. She was 87.
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