Kathy Barr (née Marilyn Sultana Aboulafia; 4 June 1929 in New York - 21 June 2008 in Hollywood, Florida) was an American vocalist who performed and recorded popular music, jazz, musical theater, and operettas. Barr flourished during the 1950s in nightclubs, television, and radio. Barr was acclaimed for her soprano range and ability to sing pop, jazz, and classical. And, according to print media, she was a sexy, green-eyed, flaming redhead.
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