Also known as Wee Bonnie Baker, jazz and pop singer best known for her 1939 hit "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!". The song sold a million and a half copies during its fourteen-week run on the charts.
She attended an all-girl Catholic boarding school before moving to Houston to sing at local night clubs.
She was forced to retire from performing after suffering a heart attack in 1956.
She was married four times and had a daughter named Sharon.
She was recommended by trumpet legend Louis Armstrong to be a vocalist in Orrin Tucker's band.