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Connie Smith (born Constance June Meador 14 August 1941, in Elkhart, Indiana) is an American country music singer. She is best known for her 1964 hit song "Once a Day", which spent 8 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Country music charts, the longest of any female country music artist in history. This was Smith's only single to reach the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts.

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  • Avatar for AngeloSwift13
    Happy birthday to one of the greatest <3
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    I'm a top listener this week. LOVE her songs <3
  • Avatar for TheHagMan
    Connie Smith at her peak was almost untouchable - beautiful voice, great songs and looked like an Angel. Her early albums on RCA are essential listening for any fan of Country Music.
  • Avatar for wildtony40
    Country star Connie Smith Gets Hall Of Fame this year. with Grath Brooks & pig robert,s
  • Avatar for Poppopovits
    It seems to me that here on Radio you can only listen to 15 Connie Smith's songs, but if you go to this site, you can listen to over 200 Connie's songs. There are, for example, all the tracks (126) from the fantastic "Born to Sing albums (4 discs).
  • Avatar for Poppopovits
    In my opinion Connie Smith is the best singer in the country music history. As far as voice, singing skill, style, and versatility is concerned, there has never been another singer who can beat Connie Smith.
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    I agree, everyone should give these greats a listen
  • Avatar for bigfanofmusic
    Yet another underrated country singer, not even 1 shout! People seem to forget about great country singers like Connie Smith, [url=]Skeeter Davis[/url], [url= Fargo]Donna Fargo[/url], [url=]Jean Shepard[/url] and more fairly easily. Thats why i made a group to keep them more alive than ever. [url=]Country from the 50s & 60s[/url]. Join if you want.

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