American music stars died in Hepatitis C

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Helen O'Connell

Helen O'Connell (May 23, 1920 Lima-September 9, 1993 San Diego) also known as Helen O'Connel, Helene O'Connell or O'Connell, Helene was an American singer and actor.

Her discography includes: Especially for You, Moon Must Have Followed Me Home / Far Away From Everybody, Inspiration / Sailor Boys Have to Talk to Me and Green Eyes.

Helen O'Connell started her career in music at a young age, performing on local radio stations in the Cincinnati area in the 1930s. She was discovered by bandleader Jimmy Dorsey and soon became the lead vocalist for his orchestra, appearing on many of their hits in the 1940s. O'Connell's smooth and clear voice made her a favorite among audiences and critics alike. She also had a successful solo career, recording for various labels and appearing on television variety shows. In addition to her singing career, O'Connell also had roles in a few films, including "Follow the Boys" and "The Heat's On". After retiring from performing in the 1960s, O'Connell settled in San Diego and became an advocate for animal welfare. She passed away in 1993 at the age of 73.

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