Louise Mandrell

Genres: Country & Bluegrass

Biography

Thelma Louise Mandrell, 13 July 1954, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA. Mandrell began playing guitar, banjo and fiddle as a child and joined her sister, Barbara Mandrell, in the latter’s band on bass in 1969. She had a short-lived marriage with Ronny Shaw, who opened for Barbara Mandrell, and her second marriage also failed. She was a featured singer with Merle Haggard’s roadshow in the mid-70s. She signed to Epic and had US country hits with ‘Put It On Me’, ‘Everlasting Love’ and ‘Reunited’ (which was a duet with her third husband, R.C. Bannon). She had further success with RCA Records and was the butt of her sister’s jokes on the television series Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters. In 1983, she had solo country hits with ‘Save Me’ and ‘Too Hot To Sleep’, which led to her own television series. Her 1988 single with Eric Carmen, ‘As Long As We Got Each Other’, made the US country charts...

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