" is a song written by Bobby Montgomery that has become a pop standard. Originally written as a country song for Eddy Arnold, the song grew in popularity after it was covered by jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald in 1967. In 1976, the song became a hit for R&B vocalist Dorothy Moore, reaching #2 on the Billboard R&B chart and #3 on the Pop chart. It has since been covered by numerous pop, R&B, and easy listening artists. Monica covered the song as part of her 1998 album,The Boy Is Mine. Even more recently, singer Miki Howard covered the song on her 2006 covers' album, "Pillow Talk". Country singer Wilma Burgess also had a successful version of "Misty Blue," reaching #4 on the Billboard magazine Country Singles chart in December 1966. Burgess' success spurred Arnold's label to release the song, previously just an album track, as a single.
70's version of this song was done by Dorothy Moore
Dorothy Moore of course
moody blues-lead singer is Justin Haywood
B.B. King sang "How Blue Can You Get?" on a 1977 Sanford & Son episode called "Fred Sings the Blues."
Louis Armstrong. He is one of the best blues/jazz singer there is.
Bobby Blue Bland was a blues singer who once sang in the group called the Beale Streeters. He passed away on Monday, June 24, 2013. He passed away at home. It is not disclosed which hospital he was in before his death.
Charlie Rich sang " blue spanish eyes"
Actually, it is not a group. Chris Connor, an American Jaz Singer sang the song in 1975.