Jeri Lynn Fraser
Written by Al Siegel
From the LP "Two Tickets To Paris"
Roulette Records R 25182
Her career was guided by Al Siegel who has similarly served Ethel Merman, Dolores Gray and Frances Langford among others.
Jeri Lynne Fraser began performing at age of six in a local talent show at the Bolton, CT Town Hall. She sang Oh Johnny. Jeri Lynne performed in many local events in Connecticut and the surrounding communities. At 11 years old Jeri Lynne was a 3-time winner in the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour, a nationally televised program. This qualified Jeri Lynne to perform in Madison Square Garden. At 12, Jeri signed her first recording contract with Big Top Records and at 13 signed with Columbia Records. During this time, Jeri Lynne performed with many notable artists including Sophie Tucker, Frankie Avalon, Gene Pitney, Johnny Tillitson, Brian Hyland, Buzz Clifford, Freddie Cannon, Curtis Lee, Tommy Boyce, and Tony Orlando.
Jeri Lynne was the female lead in the 1962 “twist” movie entitled Two Tickets to Paris with Joey Dee.
Jeri and her Boys at the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour
singing All Shook Up
(September 20, 1958)
Jeri Lynne Fraser discography
Big Top 3015 : If / Now I'm Of Age (As By Jeri Lynn)
Columbia 41790 : Poor Begonia / Catch Me
Columbia 42032 : Give My Your Arm, Papa / Lessons In Love
Columbia 42234 : Poor Joe / Take T Easy Baby
ABC Paramount 10395 : Hush, Harvey, Hush / You Spolied Me
ABC Paramount 10438: Movie Queen / Are You A Guy With A Line