Kay Adams is an American country singer.
|Birth name:||Princetta Kay Adams|
|Born:||Apr 9, 1941, Knox City, Texas, U.S.|
|Origin:||Vernon, Texas, U.S.|
|Labels:||Tower, Ovation, Capitol, Granite, Frontline|
About Kay Adams
American country singer who was popular in the 1960s for songs like "Roll Out the Red Carpet" and "Honky Tonk Heartache."
She was born the fourth of five children and appeared early in her career on television programs like Buck Owens' Ranch.
She was named the Top New Female Vocalist at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 1965.
She was married three times and had two sons with her first husband, Robert W. Willard.
Her vocals have often been compared to that of Wanda Jackson.
Information related to Kay Adams (singer)
- Academy of Country Music - The Academy of Country Music was founded in 1964 in Los Angeles, California as the Country & Western Music Academy. Among the founders were Eddie Miller, Tommy Wiggins, and Mickey and Chris Christensen.
- King Records artists
- Country musicians from Texas
- American female country singers
Latest information about Kay Adams updated on June 01, 2020.