It was with deep sadness that I heard of Teresa's passing. I have been a lifelong fan of this remarkable lady. I first discovered her when I was a child during a movie short subject at a theatre, singing with the Fire House Five. She was a very big star during my high school years in the 1950s, and I faithfully followed any direction her career took after that. I was lucky enough to see her several times over the next decades. On several occasions I would receive a lovely Christmas card. Her entry into jazz, a favorite musical genre in my collection, was a particular pleasure for me. Gabriel's trumpet now has some strong competition.
I was saddened to learn of Teresa Brewer’s passing. I’ve been a Teresa Brewer myself since my marriage in 1987. I regret that I never took the time to send her a note to let her know how many people asked me if I was named after her. I was always amazed at how many people remembered her and would share such fond memories of their favorite songs with me. It seems so silly, but I actually feel as if a piece of me died as well. God’s Blessings to the original Teresa Brewer.
I'm very saddened to hear about the passing of Teresa Brewer, a marvelous singer & beautiful woman. I send my deepest condolences to her family.
It was March 7, 1950... and the first sounds I heard in this world were Teresa's, singing Music! Music! Music! at the maternity hospital where I was born. My mother said it eased the difficult chidbirth, but for me it left a lasting impression and shaped my life and gave me a love of just about every form of music. Today I have a huge collection of Beach Boys music and a website dedicated to them, and I'm sure that wouldn't exist today if I hadn't heard Teresa singing that wonderful song the second I was born.
I have just opened the Teresa Brewer website and looked under "News". I had not heard the sad news until this moment. To Teresa's family, I send you my warm thoughts and hope you have loving memories to help you through. I have been her fan since I was a little girl -- I am 50 now. I thought she was the prettiest lady I had ever seen. I even got a signed autograph when I was about 9 years old, and she was even prettier in person! She will be missed but Teresa's voice will always be in my heart.
I have loved Teresa's singing since I first heard her back around 1957. She was so beautiful and her voice was just great. May she rest in peace. She will never be forgotten.
To Ms. Brewer's family and friends: Your sorrow is my sorrow. I truly loved Teresa's singing. I'm 71 and I will look forward to seeing her again in heaven along with my recently deceased wife. God bless.
I am saddened to hear of the passing of Teresa Brewer but I know that every time I hear any of her wonderful songs -- but especially my favourite, Music! Music! Music! -- it will bring a big smile to my face and a happy feeling to my heart. Such is the legacy she has left -- which hopefully will provide some comfort to her family.
I was terribly saddened to learn that dear Teresa Brewer had passed away. May she rest in Peace. I have been her fan since I was a teenager. She was too beautiful. I hope I'll meet her in the great music hall up above.
Back in the 50s, Teresa Brewer became not only my favorite recording star but one that was enjoyed by my large group of friends. Her zest, vitality, spunk, charm, and -- above all -- her playful and winning singing style were greeted warmly. Not only were Ricochet and Jilted favorites... but also others that were a little quieter on the charts like Baby Baby Baby. Oddly, I just recently got a copy of Those Redheads From Seattle, which I found, to my astonishment, is Teresa Brewer's Film!!! The highlight of the film is Ms. Brewer's voice and she is enormously convincing in her part. What a late revelation to me... the film had come and gone very quickly here in Brooklyn. We never got to see it then!! After watching her movie, one can only wonder about the show-stopping performances she could have brought to the theater, if she had taken that route! Most important though, to me, is the brilliance that emerged later when Teresa Brewer turned to jazz. She proved one of the best, and her CDs attest to that fact. Remarkable. I will continue to make my Brewer musical library grow. For those definitive pop/jazz lists, one thinks of Ella and Sarah, of Rosemary and, more recently, of the late Nancy LaMott. Teresa joins the company for keeps.
I just read about Teresa's death this morning. I remember Teresa from the 50s when I was growing up. I always enjoyed her singing. My condolences to her family, friends and fans. She brought so much joy to everyone over these many years. God bless you Teresa.
A gift to an angel in heaven: The first time I heard Teresa, I was breathless. Two years ago, an old show came on TV -- an episode of the Abbott & Costello Show. After a minute, I was going to turn off the TV but something made me wait. There was Teresa on the show, and she started to sing, and it was like she was singing to me! I am very sad to hear of her passing. Here is a poem for Teresa, her family, and her friends. Thank you, Miss Music -- you touched one more person in the world, and for that I am grateful...

this day it pains me like an open cut
god took you for reasons known not
i am happy you have found peace
but sad that you are gone
you inspired me like no one else
a poem for you and nothing else
your voice was a angel
sent from heaven to earth
you gave many something good to listen to...
may you find peace now, and forever rest.
thank you teresa and be at peace and at bliss

She was a class act! Her songs are forever in my brain! We, who are looking for more class acts, will miss her! God bless and the heavenly chorus will have a charming red head!
I loved Teresa Brewer. Her music will live on forever. She sent me such a nice e-mail a few years ago when I sent a question to Ask Teresa! I know she is up in heaven singing away. My prayers are with her family. They were very lucky to have a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother like her.
I was a young policeman from Glasgow, Scotland when I came to the USA in 1952, and Teresa Brewer is the one singer I still remember who introduced me to the North American songs of the time. A very special person. That was when many cafes had a jukebox in every booth!
Yes, I am a big fan -- and I must admit to being very sad about Teresa's passing. As a young man at school in Boston in the 60s, I had the pleasure to watch her perform on the Mike Douglas Show live. She was terrific. I grew up to her music and seeing her in person was nothing short of a thrill because she performed just a few feet from where I sat in the audience. Last Saturday on my radio show "The Music Museum" (on I had the privilege of honoring her by playing an hour's worth of her music. As each tune played, I was a bit tearful -- thinking back on the beautiful lady singing with the great big booming voice, delivering the words in a style which will never be duplicated. We still have her sounds to play over and over again, and that is what I will be doing as long as I can. It was because of Teresa and many of her contemporaries that I first took an interest in the wonderful world of musical sounds starting of course with Music! Music! Music! In our hearts, she is precious as a memory and precious as an angel. I hope to hear her sing again someday.
I have loved Teresa's singing since my early childhood and I will miss her. My God bless and keep her. I know she will be singing again to us all some day. Blessings to her four daughters.
I have been a loyal and devoted fan "forever". I own every 78rpm, 45rpm and album that Teresa Brewer ever recorded. I've seen her perform in Las Vegas, Central Park, the Latin Quarter in NYC, and every single television show appearance. In the past, I would telephone Coral Records just to find out when the next single or album would be released. To me Teresa wasn't just an entertainer, she was an icon. My sorrow is extended to her family, and I will miss her.
I never got to meet Ms. Brewer personally, but I was a fan of her music. However, my aunt - who died in 2004 at the age of 91 -- was acquainted with her. They lived in the same apartment building on West 58th Street in New York, and I remember my aunt saying that she saw Teresa coming and going quite frequently. My favorite song by Teresa is Music! Music! Music!. My condolences to all of her family.
I was truly sorry to hear of Teresa's death last week. What a joy her voice was and I loved listening to her since 1951. I remember well and will always enjoy hearing her music. God bless the family and true fans through the Fan Club.
All I can say is -- what a tragedy. Teresa has been my favorite singer since I first heard her while I was in high school back in the 1950s. I have so many of her 45s and 33s. So long, dear Teresa. It has been an honor.
Just a note of condolences to the family of Teresa. I am from Toledo but now live in California. I return regularly to Toledo and always think about my days as a little girl when I took dance lessons from Teresa's sister-in-law. My dad was a big fan of Teresa; he passed away last year. Though I was sad to hear of her passing, I am happy to think that my dad is finally getting to meet someone that he admired so much. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.
My deepest sympathy on the loss of a very wonderful lady and singer. I listened to her as a child and still do today. She will be sadly missed.
I was so sorry to hear of Teresa's passing. I enjoyed her music so much! She is one of my favorite singers. I have many of her tapes and records! My prayers are with all of her family and friends. We lost a great one!
Teresa's death has come as a terrible shock to her fans because it's so difficult to think of an individual so alive, so energized, so enthusiastic and so in tune with life's possibilities as suddenly gone. It is a terribly sad time for her large family of admirers. Happily, her legacy will never die. The music will be there forever and it is likely, as the years pass, that her reputation will only grow in stature as it is realized more and more she was a much more versatile artist than her reputation as hit maker might indicate. Deepest sympathies to her family and deepest gratitude toward Teresa for all the music, music, music.
I grew up in Teresa'a era; a Buckeye from Dayton. Teresa and Mickey (Mantle) were my idols and I have a 45rpm single of I Love Mickey. Teresa was so cute and I had a crush on her. She also was born on the exact date of my older sister! What a loss of energy, but what a thrill it was to hear her perform.
Please accept my deepest sympathies. Teresa was one of the best. She will be remembered fondly and always.
What a wonderful talent. I always feel great after listening to her. God rest her soul. I’ll always remember Teresa Brewer!!
I was deeply saddened to read that Teresa died yesterday. She will be remembered as a wonderful lady, a fabulous entertainer, and the very best of mothers. Heaven will be a better place and the angels must have been so pleased to welcome such a beautiful person. Please extend my sympathy to her daughters; her family are surely in our hearts and prayers. We loved their mother dearly. We live next to the Cabrini Shrine on Lookout Mountain in Colorado, USA. We have been to the shrine and lit a candle for Teresa. Just listening to her sing gives a dynamic freshness to each day, and that is the wonderful legacy she has left us all.
I'm so saddened to hear of Teresa's death. I've been a fan of hers since I was 7 years old. We share the same birthday; mine is May 7, 1937!
Dear God -- You have received a beautiful and gracious woman! Receive her in all of your glory. She will be missed. I am hurting now for her family and all of the fans throughout this world. I grew up listening to her powerful voice. She was the greatest! My prayers are with her family. This is still a sad day for me. God bless you, Teresa. We will meet someday.
Well Teresa, though you're not here any longer, I know they're waltzing in heaven with you. You passed from this life yesterday, Wednesday, Oct. 17th. I will miss you but never forget the wonderful music you made while you were here. You are truly loved by your fans and your friends. We will miss you for now, and look forward to seeing you again in Heaven. One of my favorite sayings is that "Christians never meet for the last time!" Thank you Teresa!
A note to Teresa's family: We are so sorry to hear of her passing. I am 62 and remember hearing her all my life. My parents enjoyed her music and her bubbly personality. We share your loss and want to let you know she is remembered by many, many people you will never hear about. I know TV will give her a mention for her attributes and talent and special life.
My sincere condolences to Teresa's family and friends on the passing of this music legend. One of my earliest memories was being with my father as we listened to his favorite singer... and his favorite song Music! Music! Music! He's gone and now Teresa. But the memory and warm feeling lives on.
I just heard about the passing of Teresa. I grew up with her music; she was truly a great talent. I'll miss her. To her family, my prayers are with you.
I was so saddened to hear of the passing of one the best female singers of the 20th century. I grew up with Ms. Brewer's hits. Nobody ever could sing Till I Waltz Again With You like Ms. Brewer did. She will be missed so very much. Condolences to her family and friends. May she rest in peace.
Teresa Brewer will surely be missed by all of her fans. A loss to the entertainment field. With sincere sympathy to her family. Heaven is filled with "Music Music Music" now.
My deepest condolences to Ms. Brewer's relatives, friends and family. I am extremely sad and shocked to hear about her sad death for only months prior to this, I wrote and was absolutely delighted that Teresa knew something of my career. Oh I am at a loss as how to express my sympathy. This was unexpected indeed, but here's the most important thing: The beautiful music and legacy she left us will never, ever be forgotten. My heart is heavy and how I wish I could have met this wonderful, sweet lady. I am only 23 and I have been listening to Teresa since I was 14. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family, fans and everybody at the Teresa Brewer Center. God bless you all and keep up the great, great work in keeping her memory alive. I love you!
I have been a fan for more than 60 years. I collect records and I wish I had every song you ever recorded. Love you & love your effervescent personality!
We have just finished listening to some of your old records. Our grandson America has just made us a huge library of your songs from our own collection. He placed them on our Apple iPods for us to take on our many trips around Australia - so many of your lovely songs, too many to list. As we travel on the trains a lot going to visit our grand children in other states of Australia, We always have you for company now. And we love it! We are just coming up for our 55th year of marriage celebrations, and your collection of music from our iPod will be played at the party. Enjoy your twilight years with your grand children as we are!
I don't know why, but I was typing some prayer requests out for a church group tonight and for some reason you came to mind. So I typed your name in and found your website. So, I just said a prayer for you and your family. As a child, I always loved singing. My mom or dad taught me Music! Music! Music! at some point in my childhood and I still remember the words. I have enjoyed looking at your site. I have bookmarked it in my favorites. I have enjoyed looking at all your photos and listening to your music. I enjoyed all I have listened to so far, and am anxious to listen to more soon. I love the jazz stuff you did!
I recently had a 75th birthday party hosted by my terrific sons and daughter-in-laws. During the party, they played a selection of your most (internationally!) famous songs, many of which I had not heard in many years. It was truly a wonderful and sentimental joy to hear all those songs again, and many had special memories attached to them. There could be no better gift! Thank you for the "music of my life!"
My husband and I have always loved your voice and your selection of songs to record. We love all of your albums and collections, but perhaps our favorite is Live at Carnegie Hall and Montreux, Switzerland. It is an amazing and wonderful collection of songs, and you were at the top of your game! Recently -- partially because of the unfortunate, continuing conflict in Iraq -- we have been falling in love with Songs For Our Fighting Men all over again. Thank you for many wonderful decades of inspiration and entertainment.
Teresa, my dad loved you and your voice. He has departed this life, but -- as a child -- I still remember him listening to your recordings. I loved the song I Love Mickey, and that was one of Dad's favorites as well. No question here -- I just wanted to say God bless you for helping make a bond between father and son.
My housemates and I are all in our 20s, but your music is probably the most played while we are chilling or when we have parties. You will be happy to know that we always include your music in mixes with our other favorites like Paulina Rubio, Aracely Arámbula, and of course Vikki Carr -- a big range of music and we love you! Vaya con Dios!
Hello there Ms. Brewer! I've gotta tell you, when I found this outstanding website of yours I was thrilled! I am a 22 year old completely blind male and I too am a musician -- country music singer and piano player. My all time favorite song of yours is Till I Waltz Again With You. My other favorite singers are Eddy Arnold, Marty Robbins, Hank Snow, Frank Sinatra, Burl Ives and so many more! God bless you and keep up the great, great, inspirational work!
As an unsettled Korean veteran newly enrolled at Mississippi State University, I had many anxious hours trying to readjust to civilian life. I was only 20 years old in 1952. One night, I was listening to the radio, and a new sound (for me, at least) captured my whole attention. The announcer said the voice was that of Teresa Brewer. I fell in love on the spot, and listening to your music gave me so much comfort and pleasure! Thank you for helping me get through the tough times.
I have enjoyed your singing since 1950, when I was a teenager. I was fortunate enough to see you perform four times -- the first time here in Baltimore in 1953. You recieved the Catholic Mother of the Year award. I found myself standing right next to you, and you were just about to give me an autograph when a man told you that you had to leave. You said, "I'm sorry, honey," but I didn't care -- because I got to stand right next to the very pretty and gracious Teresa! The second time I saw you perform was at the Bolero Club in Wildwood, NJ (USA) in 1955; you were backed by the Terry Tones. We could not get over the incredible volume of your voice. The third time was right back here at the Club Venus in Baltimore. The last of your live shows I attended was in Hershey Park, PA. I enjoyed every performance! Thanks, and my sincerest thoughts to you.
Whatever you are doing now, I hope you are happy and healthy. You were the best looking kiddo that I had ever seen and I loved to hear you sing. I hope you are doing well, and God bless you. Remember, most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be!
When I was a little girl, my father received a demo record of yours with the title Born to Love. We played that song over and over again and to this day I still remember the words. I just wanted you to know how much joy that record brought him.
I grew up listening to your records. I especially like Music Music Music. I was 10 years old and living in San Bernardino, CA (USA) and was in love with you! I would love to see you doing live performances again.
We want to see Teresa onstage again -- or on TV. My Husband Cary has been a fan since her first appereance on Ed Sullivan Show in the early 1950s.
You gave Coral so many hit singles, but I never thought that giving you artistic opportunities through your albums was high on the label's list. But sometimes Coral would surprise us with special album projects such as When Your Lover Has Gone and Riding High. In particular, I think Riding High was, both musically and in packaging, the equal of any prestige special project that any label gave any singer. Artistically, I think it represents one of your high points in the Coral days. I also think Coral was exactly the label suited to you in terms of production and sound; even its mother label Decca didn't equal Coral in terms of vivid audio qualities, and the arrangements Dick Jacobs and others wrote for Coral artists had their own unique sound. All that aside, I hope that Riding High will someday be released on CD. The album was so ahead of its time, and I think jazz lovers today would find it contemporary and exciting. It would be particularly great if the special bookfold packaging with a "Look Magazine" type magazine layout inside could be reproduced for a CD package.
First of all, wow! I can't believe there's a way to contact you. Second, I love your singing. I'm fourteen and I've been listening to your music most of my life, if not all of it. I love your voice and think you are a wonderful singer. Thanks for making great music and for inspiring me to work on my vocals.
First of all, I want you to know that I was named after you! My father especially loved your music in the 50's, and when I was born in 1961, it was his idea to name me Teresa - so I thought it would be fun to let you know! I also have some of your music, and especially love Sing Sing Sing. My husband and I love swing music, and your version is great! We never knew that words to the song exsisted!
The first time I heard Teresa Brewer was on a carousel at Kiddleland Amusement Park on Page Avenue in the St. Louis suburb of Pagedale (which wasn't even Pagedale yet.) The song that caught my family's ear was about chewing gum! At first we thought we were hearing Kay Starr but I had a good ear and I said, "No, that's someone different." For some reason we did not connect the voice with Music! Music! Music! but that afternoon even at the age of nine or so I had no doubt I was hearing an artist who would make many hit records. Then a little while later a neighbor told me, "You have to hear this wonderful record. I can't stop playing it." And I discovered Teresa Brewer was now on Coral and the record was Till I Waltz Again With You. That only confirmed my impression of a hitmaker, because any singer who could sell a waltz or a song about a waltz and go straight to number one was someone to be reckoned with!
I believe it was in December 1963 that I was with friends in the Peppermint Lounge (in Toledo, OH, USA) listening to the music of the Mods and you were there at a table with two older, well dressed men. They were talking and you were looking around. We were about the same age so I came to your table and asked you if you would have a dance with me and you said "sure". And we danced. I took you back to your table and that was that, except on the way out you gave me a cocktail napkin with a note to me... thanking me for the dance, and signed by you. I am now 73 and have no doubt forgotten a lot -- but I'll always remember than night, and your thoughtfulness.
I am a retired Air Force Sgt. I have been a Teresa Brewer fan since her first record, and I have most of them! I spend a lot of time on my computer - often, I go to this website and play her songs in the background while I am checking my stocks or checking my email. I hope you are having a great day, and I will be listening to your songs.
I have been a fan forever. When I was a kid driving in the car with my parents, I would frustrate them by constantly switching radio stations, so I could hear if your records were playing.

I always watched you on television, when you apeared on "The Stork Club," "Eddie Fisher Show," "Pat Boone Show," the "George Jessel Show," your evening show sponsored by GE, and your own Saturday evening full hour show. I saw you on "The Patti Page Show," even when you were pregnant -- the producers shielded you with tall flower baskets! I saw you with Regis & Kathie Lee. I even saw you on "American Bandstand" and Dick Clark's Saturday evening show from The Little Theatre on Broadway -- you sang Saturday Night Dance.

I lived in lower Manhattan, and one Sunday afternoon, I rode the subway uptown. I walked to the Ed Sullivan Theatre, and low and behold the doors were open, and there was a dress rehearsal in progress! You were sitting in the audience section of the theatre, waiting to be called to perform. You were wearing a white and red dotted, full skirted dress, and your shoes were clear lucite pumps with rhinestones inbedded into the heels of the shoe. Since it was a dress rehearsal, the theatre was almost empty -- I saw you and I was in awe! I sat about two rows behind you, staring of course.

On another day, I rode the subway uptown and was in the audience when you did a Sunday afternoon concert in Central Park. A friend and I saw you enter the park, wearing a beret hat, an olive green suit, a mink stole, and brown pumps.

Later, when I was marrried, my wife and I saw you perform at New York's famous Latin Quarter. That night, you were wearing an aqua marine colored gown with a floor length pleated chiffon cape. Years ago, my dad (who was an elevator operator at the New York Daily Mirror Newspaper building) was lucky enough to meet you -- and I was so jealous!

I lived in Larchmont, NY, USA back in the 1950s. Bill Monahan was a friend to me, and I spent many nights at the Monahans -- he had me to your home to see your awards, gold records, etc. I was and am still a great fan. I had all of your records and autographed pictures!
I happened to see you on RFD-TV tonight on a vintage show honoring Hank Williams, and I just had to try to contact you, to let you know how wonderful it was to be able to see and hear you again, even though I'm sure that show was taped in the early 80's.

I retired from the music business a couple of years ago, after putting my first show together in 1959. I just wanted you to know that I probably never would have done that, had I not heard you singing Music! Music! Music! in my early years. I absolutely fell in love with your voice immediately, and once I actually saw you, after we finally got a television, I became a dedicated fan for life. I thought you might like to know what a positive impact you had on one ol' country boy's life, and for that, I thank you from my heart. It may sound kinda funny that a male developed a musical career off the influences of a female vocalist, but that's exactly what happened! I learned so much by emulating your dynamic style and delivery, and it greatly helped me develop my own style in the process. It must have worked, for I had a rewarding and enjoyable career for more than 45 years. Those days are behind me now, but I just feel compelled to share that bit of information with you, and I must tell you that I am so excited to have even the slightest opportunity to do so. One rarely knows the full impression she, or he leaves on others, but maybe now, you will at least know of one.

You are, and always have been a classy and lovely lady in my eyes, and I wish you and your beautiful family all the best of health and happiness for all the years to come. And, I truly appreciate the wonderful, musical memories you have given me over the years. All the blessings!

D. M.
I have loved your singing ever since I first heard you on the radio, when I was a young boy. I still love it!
While typing this I am listening again to your great album Good News. How exciting was this to record with such an assortment of jazz musicians? You sound as if you are really enjoying yourself on the recording. Kind regards for your music!
First let me say that I am a great fan of Teresa and play as much of her music on my radio show as I can. I work on community radio, a volunteer based non-profit radio station, similar to University radio in the USA. I am currently doing a radio series called “Where Are They Now?” The shows give a brief biography on the featured artist and their successes and finishes with – where are they now? I hope to introduce many more listeners to Teresa’s sensational voice!
Teresa, from your biggest Aussie fan. I turned 61 last week, and have been a fan since age 12. I sent you my book "Paul's Poems" and you were kind enough to send me a CD. Being a new computer owner, I have just found your website; has to be the best of its kind. I love the video clips. Thanks for all the happiness.
I don't have a question. I just would like to tell you how much I loved your music when I was young. I read your whole biography and it is so interesting. I too am a widow with 4 children. I am only 58 but there is nothing in the world like having good kids to help you through the bumps in life. God bless you for all the enjoyment you have given to the world.
Music is a big, big part of my life because I like to sing and play myself. I started out with an accordion, went to piano, and later organ -- working in a cocktail lounge in Easton, MA for many years. I grew up enjoying your music, along with Kay Starr, Patti Page, Rosemary Clooney -- loved it all. A couple of years ago, I put on a show at a Sons of Italy Hall and featured the music of the vocalists I love to this day. The show included A Tear Fell, Till I Waltz Again With You and Jilted. I called my little show "Female Greats of the Fifties." I have often wondered where you are and what you are doing, and I fell upon the website with all the information. Now that I know, I'll go back and look around some more. In the meantime, I wanted to say that I love, love, love your singing. Thank you so much.
I would like to send greetings to Teresa and say how much I enjoyed her music in the ’50s. I have been trying to find some of her music of that era in Perth, Western Australia, but find that there is nothing available, which is a great disappointment to me.
You are truly one of the great singers of all times. I hope you are in good health.
I first heard you sing Music! Music! Music! on The Ed Sullivan Show reruns on the TV Land channel a couple of years ago. Although it came out before I was born, it is one of my favorite songs. I love a lot of the old songs from the ’50s and ’60s.
Hi. I would like to say that I am a 35 year old female and just recently found out that I was named after you. I was raised being called Terri though. Turns out that I love to sing too! Happy day to you, and may God bless my namesake!
As a young girl I loved your persona and enjoyed your music. I had been wondering about you, your career and why you have not continued to sing in recent years?? We miss wonderful singers like you! I think you are still darling and your singing ability is beyond compare.
I don't have a question but wanted to tell you I still hear your records on XM radio and love 'em. Thanks for the great memories.
Hi there, Teresa. I’m a big fan. Would you like to marry a 39-year-old man? I think you’re the most awesome woman around, inside and out – a great asset to the music industry. Much love and hugs from Indiana.
I must tell you how enjoyable it was listening to you sing on the radio when I was in the US Navy during the 1950s. I still listen to you sing on my computer. You’re wonderful! (I was just listening to you sing “Cotton Fields,” and it was wonderful to hear. The rhythm and the yodeling are great.)
I have no question, but wanted to say that you were a great singer and I will always remember you. They don't make them like you anymore.
Just found the Teresa Brewer Center website and it is really good. My mom, who loves Teresa Brewer, named me after her. Thanks for the website. I wanted to know who I was named after. She is really a talented, nice lady.
I have been a Canadian fan for years. I'm now in my early 70s and your recordings continue to bring me joy. They are uplifting, energizing and my foot keeps beat. At this moment I am listening to your CD Music! Music! Music! My wife and I attended your concerts when you were in Canada -- the last one I remember was in the Royal York Hotel Imperial Room in Toronto. My enthusiasm perhaps showed and you sent a waiter/assistant to our table and invited us to stay for your next show, which of course we did!