Joni James (Giovanna 'Joan' Carmella Babo) was born into an Italian family in Chicago on Sept. 22, 1930. As an adolescent, she studied drama and ballet, and ...
Joni James sings her popular song "How Important Can it Be" in this clip from a 1955 variety show episode.
Joni James interviewed by Skip E. Lowe in Holllywood - Part 1.
From the 1958 album "Among My Souvenirs". The song titles (with lyrics) are: (1) ALWAYS I'll be loving you always, With a love that's true, always. When the ...
This wonderful version of If I Loved You is from Joni James 1960 MGM album, 100 Strings & Joni on Broadway, recorded at the Abbey Road Studios in London, Eng...
From the CD Album "Let There Be Love", Songwriters: Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal.
"I Really Don't Want to Know" written by Don Robertson and Howard Barnes in 1953 was featured on Joni James 1962 album, Joni James Country Style, recorded in...
From the CD Album "Joni Sings Irish Favorites" Music & Lyrics By Arthur Colahan.
Joni James pays tribute to her Italian heritage in her rendition of You're Breaking My Heart, an English language version of Mattinata, a traditional Italian...
Charted at #4 on Billboard in January 1953.