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Margaret Whiting

| April 15, 2015

June 2008
MARGARET WHITING

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“Moonlight in Vermont,” “That Old Black Magic,” “My Ideal,” “It Might As Well Be Spring”— Margaret Whiting made these and many more songs into enduring hits during her long singing career. Signing at age 18 with Johnny Mercer’s then-new Capitol Records, she went on to become one of the nation’s top-selling recording artists as well as a headliner in musical theater and cabaret. Margaret serves today as president of the Johnny Mercer Foundation, which promotes the art of popular songwriting.

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