Micki Marlo, American singer and model, Died at 88

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Micki Marlo was born on August 12, 1928, and died on September 20, 2016.

She was a popular singer and model,

Marlo best known in the 1950s, who received attention for both her singing and her beauty.

Micki was a member of WPEN Philadelphia’s “950 Club”, a radio precursor of American Bandstand, hosted by Ed Hurst.

Marlo worked the variety show circuit in the 1950s, appearing on the original Tonight Show with Steve Allen.

She was a member of the cast of Ziegfeld Follies of 1957 and recorded a duet with Paul Anka, “What You’ve Done To Me”, that same year.

Micki’s ABC-Paramount album, Married I Can Always Get, featured her on the cover in a cheesecake photo wearing a low-cut, bare-shouldered wedding dress.

Additionally, the liner notes make frequent references to her physical charms.

And “Little By Little”, with a Nappy Brown cover, was her only hit.

During the early 1960s she appeared on the game show Charge Account, and paired up with Ed Hurst again to co-host Summer Time On The Pier, another live dance show, this time from Atlantic City, New Jersey for WRCV-TV.

Marlo died in Dade County, Florida.

Micki Marlo passed away at 88 years old.

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