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Benny Fields (1894 - 1959) was a popular American singer, whose career commenced in, Chicago, in Al Tierney's Café, with songs such as "Melancholy Baby." In 1922, he married singer Blossom Seeley and the couple initially had much success, both recording and on stage. Following the stock market crash in 1929, where they lost most of their accumulated finance, the couple were compelled to file for bankruptcy in 1936. However, Fields then began to sing solo again, becoming a star once more and featuring in 1937, in 'The Big Broadcast', as well as recording several songs. Field's next prominent success came in 1944, with the musical "Minstrel Man". Then, in 1952, the couple's true story was told in the Paramount film "Somebody Love Me", starring Betty Hutton and Ralph Meeker. After the success of the film, Seeley and Fields were persuaded to record 3 albums, and also to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show.

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