Mary Kaye Style

Mary Kaye (January 9, 1924 ƒ?? February 17, 2007) , sometimes called the First Lady of Rock and Roll” was a guitarist and performer who was active in the 1950s and 1960s. Mary Kaye (born Malia Ka’aihue) descended from Hawaiian royalty in the line of Queen Liliuokalani Hawaii’s last reigning monarch and was born into a show business family. She is credited along with Louis Prima as being a founder of the Las Vegas “lounge” phenomenon: an all-night party atmosphere where stars and common folk rubbed elbows in a freewheeling environment. Mary Kaye died in a Las Vegas hospital of pulmonary disease on February 17 2007. “