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  1. Melba Joyce Montgomery is an American country music singer and songwriter. She is known for a series of duet recordings made with George Jones, Gene Pitney and Charlie Louvin. She is also a solo artist, having reached the top of the country charts in 1974 with the song, "No Charge". Born in Tennessee but raised in Alabama, Montgomery had a musical upbringing. Along with her two brothers, she ...

  2. While a successful singer in her own right, Melba Montgomery is perhaps best remembered in tandem with her string of duet recordings with the likes of George Jones , Charlie Louvin, and Gene Pitney. Born October 14, 1938, in Iron City, TN, and raised in Florence, AL, Montgomery gained her first exposure to music through her father, a fiddler ...

  3. 1. Jan. 2001 · 1964. Singing What's In Our Hearts. 1963. Country Girl. 1966. Melba Montgomery & Norma Jean: First Ladies of Country. 1993. Melba Toast (feat. The Jordanaires)

  4. 20. Sept. 2023 · Introduction Melba Montgomery is a renowned American country music singer and songwriter. Born on October 14, 1938, in Iron City, Tennessee, Montgomery gained fame during the 1960s and 1970s for her soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics. With her impressive vocal range, she soared to the top of the country music charts and became a beloved …

  5. Written by Chip Taylor. Released November 1977 from the album 'Melba Montgomery', it reached #22.

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  6. 5. Aug. 2011 · Melba introduces her band followed by her singing her #1 hit song "No Charge" written by Harlan Howard. Taped at USF in Tampa Florida in the early 90s.

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  7. Melba Montgomery covered Are You Teasin' Me, Holding on to Nothing, We Must Have Been out of Our Minds, Whatever Happened to Happiness and other songs. Melba Montgomery originally did Holding on to Nothing, Whatever Happened to Happiness, We Must Have Been out of Our Minds, New Dreams and Sunshine and other songs.