Phyllis Kenny

Vocalist Phyllis Kenny sang with Jerry Blaine and His Streamline Rhythm Orchestra in 1937 and 1938, appearing with the band in one of Max Fleischer’s “Screen Songs” shorts for Paramount, singing “You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart.” She left Blaine for Shep Fields in 1938.

From 1939 to 1942, she worked with Van Alexander’s orchestra, appearing with the band in their 1942 Minoco soundie, “Deep in the Heart of Texas.”


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  • Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
    Jerry Blaine (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1937)
  • I Double Dare You
    Jerry Blaine (Jerry Blaine, Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1937)
  • Prove It
    Jerry Blaine (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1938)
  • When I Walk With You (in the Cool of the Evening)
    Jerry Blaine (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1938)
  • I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams
    Shep Fields (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1938)
  • Don't Let That Moon Get Away
    Shep Fields (Phyllis Kenny, Hal Derwin), Bluebird (1938)
  • If I Didn't Care
    Van Alexander (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1939)
  • You Are My Dream
    Van Alexander (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1939)
  • No Reason At All
    Van Alexander (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1939)
  • Begone
    Van Alexander (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1939)
  • The Little Red Fox
    Van Alexander (Phyllis Kenny), Varsity (1939)

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  1. The Online Discographical Project. Accessed 22 Aug. 2015.
  2. “Phyllis Kenny.” IMDb. Accessed 22 Aug. 2015.
  3. Ross, George. “Broadway.” The Pittsburgh Press 16 Jul. 1938: 10.
  4. Whitman, Alice. “On the Records.” St. Petersburg Times 7 Apr. 1940: 22.
  5. “Movie Machine Reviews.” Billboard 18 Apr. 1942: 78.