The song was written about Mary Ann Fisher, a singer who had recently joined
Charles' band as a featured vocalist in his touring shows. Despite Charles' ...
Mary Ann Fisher, who, according to Charles' autobiography, served as his
inspiration for the songs “Mary Ann,” “What Would I Do Without You” and “Leave
Feb 27, 2005 ... Mary Ann FISHER, born in Henderson County, was a rhythm and blues singer
who continued performing nearly until the day she died last year ...
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Oct 3, 2013 ... This mighty bluesballad written by Berry&Covay is the b-side of "Can´t Take the
Heartbreaks" on Seg-way records 1961 - and Mary Ann sure ...
Mar 17, 2004 ... Birth: Feb. 23, 1923. Death: Mar. 12, 2004. Singer. Born in Henderson County,
Kentucky, February 23,1923, she was best known for her role as ...
Oct 22, 2004 ... "I called Aretha 'Mama' and Mary Jane 'Mother,' " wrote Ray. ... Same goes for
Mary Ann Fisher, the first female singer to join Ray's band.
Kentucky's Songbird is Back. Songbird of the South (Baby Hippo Records). Mary
Ann Fisher. By Larry Alexander. Mary Ann Fisher was born in Henderson, Ky.
Feb 17, 2011 ... Mary Ann Fisher was born in Henderson, Kentucky in 1923. Fisher had eight
brothers and sisters and lived in a shotgun house here until her ...
Mary Ann Fisher (Character) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more...
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Mary Ann Fisher, The. Songbird of the South. Mary Ann Fisher (1923-2004) was
born in Henderson, KY. After her father's death in 1927, she and her eight ...