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Lina Romay, whose role as a lead singer with Xavier Cugat's orchestra in the early 1940s led to a career in the movies and a stint decades later as a Spanish-language radio announcer for Hollywood Park.
As Cugat popularized Latin music in North America, he made sure that he had "beautiful ladies who could sing fronting his band," including Romay — pronounced "Rome-eye" — "a warbler with surprising depth and range".
Performing with Cugat for two years was so perfect, it "was like putting a glove on a hand," Romay told The Times in 1980.
Spotted onstage with Cugat's band at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York, she was soon signed to a seven-year contract with MGM about 1943.
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (11) First Song - It Takes Two to Tango
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (12) First Song - I'll Si Si Ya in Bahia
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (13) First Song - Nein, Nein
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (14) First Song - I've Got a Crush on You
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (19) First Song - Bim, Bam, Boom
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (20) First Song - La Cucaracha
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (21) First Song - Cachita
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (22) First Song - Festival
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (27) First Song - Ay Yi Yi Amigos
The Lina Romay Show xx-xx-xx (28) First Song - Param Pam Pam
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