Beryl Davis (March 16, 1924 – October 28, 2011) was a British big band singer; born into a show business family, her father was Harry Davis, and her sister is Lisa Davis Waltz, a teen actress in the 1950s and 1960s.
Born in Plymouth, England, she began to sing for her father’s band, and became popular singing for British and Allied troops during World War II. Glenn Miller discovered her in London, and she sang for the Army Air Force Orchestra.
She moved to Los Angeles post-war with her father’s big band, and with Frank Sinatra for one year on “Your Hit Parade.”
She was part of “The Four Girls” singing group, with Jane Russell, Rhonda Fleming, and Connie Haines. They recorded sixteen singles, and albums that became best sellers.
Beryl Davis Cause of Death
Beryl Davis died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease.
Beryl Davis was 87 years old at the time of her death.
“Bluebirds in the Moonlight” (Beryl Davis, 1939)
Connie Haines – Beryl Davis – Rhonda Fleming – Jane Russell