Connie Hall facts for kids
Connie Hall (born June 24, 1929) is an American country music singer. She had brief success as a country music artist in the late 1950s and 1960s. She is also a songwriter. Hall was born in Whitley County, Kentucky.
For three more years, Hall remained under Decca Records, making seven more hits, such as "Sleep, Baby Sleep" and "Fool Me Once". Also during this time, she performed on the Grand Ole Opry, Louisiana Hayride, and Midwestern Hayride. In 1964, Hall left Decca Records and switched to Musicor Records, where she remained until 1967.
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