Betty Johnson sang and recorded with her family, The Johnson Family Singers, on CBS television for two decades. Among the many fans of the famous singing group was Franklin D Roosevelt.
On her own, Betty became a regular on Don McNeill's "Breakfast Club" and Jack Paar's TV show. Recording over 150 records and a dozen albums, Betty is known for her versatility. She headlined the premier clubs around the world: The Copacabana, Persian Room, Blue Angel, The Sands, Coconut Grove, The Fairmont and The Palladium. In addition, she co-starred on Broadway in "Take Me Along". She also starred regionally in "Brigadoon, The King and I, South Pacific, Finian's Rainbow and The Sound of Music. She has made innumerable on TV shows hosted by Bob Newhart, Jack Benny, Perry Como, and Ed Sullivan. She retired to raise a family and went on to receivea degree in drama from Dartmouth College in 1981. With her children now on their own, she has decided to resume her career.
These popular standards of Big Band style music from the 1950's have been digitally remastered from the original Bell Records Recordings maintained in Betty Johnson's private archives. It seems that good things just never grow old, they just age gracefuly and mellow with the years.