In 1964, Connie Smith recorded the Bill Anderson-written "Once a Day." Issued as her first single, it spent eight weeks at #1. In 1965, Smith joined the Grand Ole Opry, where she has remained a fan favorite for decades. Smith achieved nineteen Top Ten hits through 1973, establishing herself as a singer of consistent quality and rare emotional impact. Smith's material leaned heavily toward standard themes of lost love and heartache, as exemplified by such classic hits as Anderson's "Then and Only Then" and Dallas Frazier's "Ain't Had No Lovin'." She also cut darkly personal songs, including "Ribbon of Darkness" and "The Last Letter." She is married to fellow Grand Ole Opry member, Marty Stuart.
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