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Tony Brent

Tony Brent
Real name
Reginald Hogan Bretagne
Born
August 26, 1927
Died
June 19, 1993
Country
United Kingdom
Comments
Pop singer

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
December 1952 Quartetto Radar

Covers by Tony Brent

Title Performer Release date Originally by
April 1954 Patti Page with Orchestra conducted by Jack Rael
May 1958 Art & Dotty Todd
November 1956 The Weavers, Vince Martin and The Tarriers
June 1957 Bonnie Guitar
May 1958 Renato Carosone e il suo Sestetto
Covered by The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus
1956 Vic Damone with Orch. Dir. by Joe Reisman
February 1958 (unknown)
April 1954 The Four Knights
August 1958 Blue Steele and His Orchestra with Vocal Chorus
1958 Bing Crosby with Camen Cavallaro at the Piano
1958 Marilyn Miller and Leon Errol
1958 Isham Jones Orchestra
1958 Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Harriet Hillard
Two Innocent Hearts Tony Brent with Eric Jupp and His Orchestra 1956 Unverified
January 1953 John Greer and The Rhythm Rockers
May 1953 Joni James with The Jack Halloran Choir - Orchestra conducted by Lew Douglas
October 1952 Patti Page with Jack Rael's Orchestra
December 1952 Henri Salvador
Covered by (2 artists)
October 1952 Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra
July 1954 Nelson Pinedo con La Sonora Matancera, Dean Martin with Orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile
July 1954 Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

Releases

EPs

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Oh Baby Mine I Get So Lonely Tony Brent and Billie Anthony with Orchestral Accompaniment conducted by Norrie Paramor April 1954 Columbia
Got You on My Mind Tony Brent with Norrie Paramor and His Orchestra January 1953 Columbia
Have You Heard Tony Brent with Norrie Paramor and His Orchestra May 1953 Columbia
Come What May (The Gypsy Song) Tony Brent with Orchestra conducted by Norrie Paramor October 1952 Columbia
Three Coins in the Fountain Tony Brent with Orchestral Accompaniment conducted by Norrie Paramor July 1954 Columbia
Girl of My Dreams Tony Brent with Eric Jupp and His Orchestra August 1958 Columbia
Any Old Time Tony Brent December 1952 Columbia
Chanson d'amour (Song of Love) Tony Brent May 1958 Columbia
Cindy Oh Cindy Tony Brent November 1956 Columbia
Dark Moon Tony Brent June 1957 Columbia
The Clouds Will Soon Roll By Tony Brent February 1958 Columbia