Dinah Shore (born Frances Shore in Winchester, Tennessee, February 29, 1916, died February 24, 1994) started her career in 1939 as a singer on radio programs, in 1948 she had her own radio show Call for Music. In 1943 she appeared in her first movie, Thank Your Lucky Stars with Eddie Cantor, acted with Danny Kaye in the musical Up in Arms (1944). She recorded several hit songs at RCA from 1951 to 1955, won a Trailblazer Award for American song at the 1956 Golden Globes. On television she hosted The Dinah Shore Show (1951-1963), Dinah’s Place (1970-1974), Dinah! (1974-1980), A Conversation with Dinah (1989-1992).