Patty Andrews, the last living member of the famous Andrews Sisters vocal trio, died on January 30 at her home in Los Angeles, according to Rolling Stone. She was 94.
The career of the Andrews Sister - Patty, LaVerne and Maxene - extended from the 1920's to the late 1960's. They sold more than 80 million records during their prolific career. The sisters became a cultural icon during World War II, entertaining Allied troops and raising morale on the home front. They scored with a 1941 smash hit - "The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy."