Top Kate Smith Albums
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Today
Today
[2016]
A Touch of Magic
A Touch of Magic
[2015]
The Sweetest Sounds
The Sweetest Sounds
[2014]
The First Lady of Radio: Kate Smith
The First Lady of Radio: Kate Smith
[2014]
How Great Thou Art
How Great Thou Art
[2014]
The Song Bird of the South (Authentic Recordings 1928 -1931)
The Song Bird of the South (Authentic Recordings 1928 -1931)
[2014]
Emergence of a Legend
Emergence of a Legend
[2012]
Country Meets Big Band - [The Dave Cash Collection]
Country Meets Big Band - [The Dave Cash Collection]
[2011]
The Fabulous Kate Smith
The Fabulous Kate Smith
[2011]
30 Vocal Classics
30 Vocal Classics
[2010]
Stars Fell On Alabama
Stars Fell On Alabama
[2010]
Christmas Greats
Christmas Greats
[2010]
Both Sides of the Sun
Both Sides of the Sun
[2009]
We Remember Kate Smith
We Remember Kate Smith
[2009]
You'll Never Walk Alone
You'll Never Walk Alone
[2008]
Kate Smith & Other American Favorites
Kate Smith & Other American Favorites
[2006]
Voice Masters: Kate Smith
Voice Masters: Kate Smith
[2005]
Sings Folk Songs
Sings Folk Songs
[1998]
God Bless America
God Bless America
[1997]
Kate Smith - 16 Most Requested Songs
Kate Smith - 16 Most Requested Songs
[1991]
I'll Be Seeing You
I'll Be Seeing You
[1977]
Songs of the Now Generation
Songs of the Now Generation
[1968]
May God Be With You
May God Be With You
[1968]
Something Special
Something Special
[1967]
Just a Closer Walk with Thee
Just a Closer Walk with Thee
[1967]
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Kathryn Elizabeth Smith (May 1, 1907 – June 17, 1986) was a Washington, D.C.-born singer best known for her rendition of Irving Berlin's "God Bless America". She was one of America's most beloved entertainers, with a radio, TV and recording career that spanned five decades, and which reached its most-remembered zenith in the 1940s.Her musical career began in earnest when she was discovered in 1930 by Columbia Records vice president Ted Collins, who became her longtime partner and manager and who put her on the radio in 1931. She sang the controversial top twenty song of 1931, "That's Why Darkies Were Born". She starred in the 1932 movie Hello Everybody!, with co-stars Randolph Scott and Sally Blane, and in... read more