An offshoot from the renowned Carter Family members, the Carter Sisters contains Helen, June, and Anita Carter, the 3 daughters of first Carter Relative Maybelle Carter (with whom they often times performed) and Ezra Carter. Helen (accordion, electric guitar, autoharp; b. Sept 12, 1927), June (autoharp; b. June 23, 1929), and Anita (standup bass; b. March 31, 1933) all produced their executing debuts using the Carter Family members as girls, using the elder two beginning in the middle-’30s. Once the first Carter Family members lineup officially disbanded in 1943, Maybelle collected her daughters right into a brand-new group dubbed Mom Maybelle & the Carter Sisters, constructed around Helen’s musicianship, Anita’s business lead vocals, and June’s gregarious, comic stage existence. They quickly became radio regulars in Richmond, VA, executing on two prominent channels through 1948. That season, they shifted to a radio place in Knoxville, TN, where they present an excellent accompanist in guitarist Chet Atkins, a youthful virtuoso just starting to make his tag. The entire year 1949 got the family members to Springfield, MO, for another radio engagement, and in 1950 they shifted to Nashville to become listed on the Grand Ole Opry, where they continued to be regulars for another decade. Throughout that period, both Anita and June proceeded to go off on periodic single ventures, and in addition offered as duet companions for performers like Hank Snow and Carl Smith, respectively. More than 1956-1957, the group toured as Elvis Presley’s starting act. When family members patriarch A.P. Carter passed on in 1960, Mom Maybelle & the Carter Sisters overran the Carter Family members name. Apart from their single recordings, they spent a lot of the ’60s support Johnny Profit various combinations, showing up on his 1963 strike “Busted”; June, needless to say, wedded him in 1968, and she and her sisters made an appearance regularly on his range show through the next couple of years. Because the Carter Family members, the group also produced many recordings, including a 1962 recording for Decca, another for CBS in 1964 (Continue the Sunny Part), and two for Columbia — Travelin’ Minstrel Music group and Three Decades — in 1972 and 1974, respectively. Mom Maybelle passed on in 1978. A decade later on, all three Carter Sisters reunited for the Mercury recording Wildwood Blossom, a assortment of Carter Family members specifications that also highlighted June’s girl, country-rock vocalist Carlene Carter. Helen passed on on June 2, 1998; Anita implemented her on July 29, 1999; and June succumbed to heart disease on, may 15, 2003.
|1||The original Carter Family trio - A.P., Sara, and Maybelle - made landmark recordings including "Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow", "Little Log Cabin by the Sea", and "Poor Orphan Child". They had a unique sound and harmony which has had an immense influence on country music ever since.|
|2||After A.P. Carter died in 1960, Janette devoted her life to preserving the folk and country music of Appalachia. She helped establish the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia. It has an auditorium built from railroad ties and old school bus seats. Janette gave weekly concerts there until a few years before her death. She played the autoharp.|
|3||Janette's brother Joe died in March 2005. June Carter Cash, wife of Johnny Cash, was Maybelle's daughter.|
|4||Janette Carter, the last surviving child of the Carter Family, died January 22, 2006, at the age of 82. She had Parkinson's disease and other illnesses. She was the daughter of A.P. and Sara Carter, who formed a vocal trio along with A.P.s sister-in-law Mother Maybelle Carter. They were discovered by talent scout Ralph Peer in 1927 when he came to the Tennessee-Virginia border area to record mountain music.|
|Independent Lens||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode, 2015 writer - 1 episode, 2015|
|Fargo||2014||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|The Loving Story||2011||Documentary performer: "Lord, I'm In Your Care" traditional|
|NokotaHeart||2011||Documentary writer: "Single Girl, Married Girl"|
|The Soloist||2009||performer: "Can The Circle Be Unbroken" - as The Original Carter Family|
|White Lightnin'||2009||performer: "Wildwood Flower"|
|Opry Video Classics: Pioneers||2007||Video performer: "Keep On the Sunnyside"|
|Opry Video Classics: The Hall of Fame||2007||Video performer: "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord"|
|Veronica Mars||2006||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Danielson: A Family Movie (or, Make a Joyful Noise Here)||2006||Documentary performer: "Gospel Ship"|
|Walk the Line||2005||performer: "Engine 143"|
|Bastard Out of Carolina||1996||performer: "Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone"|
|The Johnny Cash Show||TV Series performer - 23 episodes, 1969 - 1971 writer - 1 episode, 1970|
|The Road to Nashville||1967||performer: "I walk the line", "Were You there"|
|The Fantastic||2015||Short special thanks|
|50 Years of Country Music||1978||TV Movie||Themselves|
|The Johnny Cash Show||1969-1971||TV Series||Themselves - Singers|
|The Everly Brothers Show||1970||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Kraft Music Hall||1969||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Best of the Wilburn Brothers Show! Classic Shows: Vol. 3||2008||Video||Themselves|
|Opry Video Classics: Pioneers||2007||Video||Themselves|
|Opry Video Classics: The Hall of Fame||2007||Video||Themselves|
|America's Music: The Roots of Country||1996||TV Mini-Series documentary||Themselves (1996)|
|All You Need Is Love||1977||TV Series documentary||Themselves|
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