Patti Page had the biggest Billboard Hits of the '50's
Patti's biggest hit was "The Tennessee Waltz", which released in 1950 and was No.1 for thirteen weeks in 1950 and eventually sold more than 6,000,000 copies, making it the biggest charted Billboard hit of the entire decade.
Another huge hit in 1953, "(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?", was adapted from a well-known Victorian music hall song. Page recorded it in 1952, and it made #1 on the Billboard and Cash Box charts in 1953.
Patti Page sings 'The Tennessee Waltz' (above)
and 'How Much Is That Doggy' & 'Changing Partners' (below)