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Johnny Mathis (born September 30, 1935) is an American popular singer of multiracial heritage. He has the distinction of having the longest stay of any recording artist on the Columbia Record label, having been with the label from 1956 to 1963 and from 1968 to the present. He is one of only a few recording artist whose career has spanned six calendar decades.

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Although frequently described as a romantic singer, Johnny Mathis' vast discography includes jazz, traditional pop, Brazilian and Spanish music, soul/R&B, soft rock, and Broadway/Tin Pan Alley standards.

Some of his hit songs include "Chances Are", "It's Not for Me to Say", "Wonderful! Wonderful!", "The Twelfth of Never", "Wild Is the Wind", "Heavenly", "Misty", "Small World", "A Certain Smile", "Gina", "What Would My Mary Say", "On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)", "I'm Coming Home", "When a Child Is Born", "Gone, Gone, Gone", "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late" (with Deniece Williams), "The Last Time I Felt Like This" (with Jane Olivor) and "Friends in Love" (with Dionne Warwick).

Johnny Mathis also has the distinction of being the first recording artist to have a Greatest Hits album released. The album, simply titled Johnny's Greatest Hits, was released in 1958 and peaked at number one in Billboard's Pop Album charts. It would stay on the charts for nearly ten years, a feat that was not equalled until 1983 by Pink Floyd's "Dark Side Of The Moon" album.

Johnny Mathis continues to perform and record regularly and his latest album, 2005's Isn't It Romantic: the Standards Album, has been enthusiastically received by critics.