The ‘50s chart topper had been battling congestive heart failure, according to her manager Michael Glynn.
Known as the “Singing Rage,” Page sold more than 100 million albums in a career that spanned over 67 years, including her best known song “How Much is That Doggie in the Window” and her signature song “Tennessee Waltz.”
Born Clara Ann Fowler, Page later changed her name while performing on a program sponsored by the Page Milk Company and later became know as Miss Patti Page.
In 1950 Page had her first No. 1 hit on Billboard magazine with "All My Love (Bolero)." She went on to chart three more times with "I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine" and "Back in Your Own Backyard," both landing in the top 25. Later that year she hit No. 1 again with "Tennessee Waltz."
Married three times Page is survived by her two children and several grandchildren.