GWEN CONLEY - professional singer
"FEELINGS with GWEN CONLEY"
During Gwen Conley's 28-year professional singing career she was featured with a national TV pilot, "Feelings". Her guests included TV star Clifton Davis, Cincinnati Reds star catcher, Johnny Bench, and fabulous dance ensemble, The Lockers.
Gwen sings, "Feelings" in a duet with her guest, Clifton Davis.
Here, she interviews the fabulous Billy Dee Williams as a guest on her show.
Gwen sings the "National Anthem" for the 1975 & 1976 "World Series"
championships for the Cincinnati Reds.
Below, Gwen is being presented with a regional "EMMY AWARD" for her performance
with her alma mater, The Ohio State University Symphony Orchestra As a backup singer for Ray Charles in a Maxwell House coffee jingle session... great fun!
Here as the opening act for the
"Glenn Campbell" Proctor & Gamble Annual show
performing before an audience of 11,000.
Gwen's album, "The Many Faces of Gwen Conley. Recorded in 1977.
The "back cover" features photos of Gwen as the opening act for Moms Mabley and Redd Fox,
and includes liner notes written by Carmon DeLeone, conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Here... enjoying interviewing her guest and good friend Joe Morgan,
a major league baseball Hall of Fame 2nd baseman for the Cincinnati Reds.
He was also a former ESPN host of "Sunday Night Baseball".
Guest soloist with the Carmon Deleone "Studio Jazz Orchestra".
Carmon Deleone (on drums), is a past assistant conductor of The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Gwen Conley has opened for various famous headliners,
including Red Foxx who she's interviewing here.
Appearing with James Brown's as his opening act for 2 weeks
at the famous Apollo Theatre.