Teddi King (September 18, 1929 – November 18, 1977) was an American jazz and pop vocalist.
She recorded three albums with the RCA label, beginning with 1956’s Bidin’ My Time. She also had some minor chart success with the singles “Mr. Wonderful” (which made the Top 20 in 1956), “Married I Can Always Get” and “Say It Isn’t So” (both of which made the Hot 100 from 1957–1958).
Her critically praised 1959 album All the Kings’ Songs found her interpreting the signature songs of contemporary male singers like Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole (the “kings” of the title). In the 1960s, she opened the Playboy Club, where she often performed. After developing lupus, she managed to make a brief comeback with a 1977 album featuring Dave McKenna, and with two more albums recorded for Audiophile released posthumously. She eventually died of the disease on November 18, 1977. King’s style, influenced by Lee Wiley, Mildred Bailey and Mabel Mercer, has won her a small but devoted cult following.