This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Loulie Jean Norman Price, who was born in Birmingham, Alabama, on March 12, 1913, and passed away in her Studio City home, surrounded by her loving, extended family on August 2, 2005, at the age of 92. We will remember her forever.
Charitable donations / The Price Family
The family would appreciate donations to the Society of Singers, Inc., 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 640, Los Angeles, CA, 90048, or the Roze Room Hospice of the Valley, 4717 Van Nuys Blvd., 3rd Floor, Sherman Oaks, CA, 91403.
Twelve Days of Christmas / Mark Dettman
I believe that is Loulie Jean's voice soaring above all other voices on Twelve Days of Christmas by The Ray Coniff Singers. Can someone who knows for sure tell me if this is correct?
Rare World Class Equals / Charles Savoie
Watching re-runs of some of the first Star Trek episodes provides a chance to hear in the theme music a female voice which impresses as faultless, perfect, and overwhelming. I wondered, whose voice is that? Whose voice stands singularly a...
hello / Loulie Jean Hunsecker (uncle friend )
i am very sorry about loulie jean your mom i was named after her by uncle ralph blane i just found about her since i just found out about hugh martin my uncle ralph died in 1995 and his son died in2003 so i do not hear a lot of stuff i am so sorry s...
The Voice Of A Goddess / Jim Beeler (fan)
I’ve been a fan of the original Star Trek series since watching the first episode in its original airing in September 1966 as a nine-year-old. One of the many things I’ve liked about the show down through the years is great stories great characters ...
Pray or whatever you do for one of Loulie's many "adopted" grandchildren CCRIII - has cancer - 25 - loved Grandma and hangin' with her at the beach in Florida.
Looking for audio/video/photos Please contact website manager with information about audio/video clips and special photographs.
The World's Most Heard Unknown Soprano
She was considered the most flawless studio soprano for more than fifty years in the entertainment industry and her voice was heard around the world, most famously for the wordless Star Trek television theme and “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” although she had a wide-ranging career, spanning television, the movies and Disney theme parks.
She sang with greats such as Frank Sinatra,Henry Mancini, Ray Charles, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby and Elvis Presley.
She was a regular on the Dean Martin show, the Carol Burnett show, and the Dinah Shore show, where she sang and also acted in skits.