Jerri Winters
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Jerri Winters
Winters in 1952 when she was working with Stan Kenton.

Jerri Winters is an American jazz singer. She worked with Stan Kenton's orchestra from 15 February until 15 June 1952, recording several titles for Capitol Records, including "Adios," "All Because of You," and "She's a Comely Wench." Winters released several solo records, including 1955's Winter's Here on Fraternity Records (the first recording to be released by that label),[1] 1957's Somebody Loves Me on Bethlehem Records, and 1962's Winters Again released on Charlie Parker Records.

Discography

  • Winter's Here (1955, Fraternity)
  • Somebody Loves Me (1957, Bethlehem)
  • Winters Again (1962, Charlie Parker)

With Stan Kenton

  • Adios (arr. Bill Russo) 24 February 1952
  • All About Ronnie (arr. Johnny Richards) 20 March 1952
  • All Because of You (arr. Johnny Richards) 24 February 1952
  • Cinderella (arr. Johnny Richards) 24 February 1952
  • Don't Worry 'Bout Me (arr. Pete Rugolo) 24 February 1952
  • She's A Comely Wench (arr. Johnny Richards) 18 March 1952
  • Softly (arr. Johnny Richards) 19 March 1952
  • Yes (arr. Johnny Richards) 24 February 1952

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