Music: New Pop Records, Mar. 26, 1951

Songstress Lee Wiley's clippings go back to radio's big-band days, when she was a featured vocalist with Leo Reisman and co-starred with Paul Whiteman. Then illness sent her to Arizona for a long rest, and in recent years the name Lee Wiley has been little more than a blurred name on a few choice jazz records. But now, with her haunting soprano as sure as ever, Lee Wiley is staging a comeback.

In January she was signed for appearances on Du Mont's TV show, Once Upon a Tune. Last week she opened a four-week run in a smart East Side Manhattan nightclub,...

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