Chanteuse Country US née Carolyn Ann Blankenship le 9 avril 1945 à Tulsa (Oklahoma). Gus Hardin est décédée le 17 février 1996 à Salina (Oklahoma).
rise to country music popularity began in 1983 with her first RCA Records
single, the top 10 hit "After The Last Goodbye". Other hits, such as "Fallen
Angel," "I Pass," "Lovin' You Hurts" and "If I Didn't Love You" soon followed,
as well as "All Tangled Up in Love", a duo with
Hardin married keyboard player Steve Hardin who was a member of the group Point Blank, and after their divorce she kept his last name. Garth Brooks sister, Betsy Smittle was one of Gus's band members and did background vocals on Gus's Cd "I"m Dancing As Fast As I Can".
Hardin died in a car crash on highway 20 east of Claremore, Oklahoma on the way home from singing at a Sunset Grill in Tulsa, on February 17, 1996. Memorial Services Were held in Oklahoma and Nashville, Tennessee.
Hardin is survived by her daughter Toni.
Talents : Singer
Style musical : Contemporary Country
Années en activité :
|1984||SP RCA VICTOR PB-13751 (US)||I Pass / Night Lights|
|10/1984||SP RCA VICTOR PB-13938 (US)||.||All Tangled Up In Love (with Earl Thomas CONLEY) / More Or Less|
|1983||LP 12" RCA VICTOR MHL1-8603 (US)||GUS HARDIN - Looving You Hurts / F I Didn't Love You / Since I Don't Have You / After The Last Goodbye / You Can Call Me Blue / I've Been Loving You Too Long|
|1984||LP 12" RCA CPL1-4937 (US)||FALLEN ANGEL|
|1985||LP 12" RCA 5358 (US)||WALL OF TEARS|
|05/2001||CD RAINY DAY ? (US)||I'M DANCING AS FAST AS I CAN - Tornado / One Of The Boys / If I Had My Way / Lovin' Arms / Foolproof / After The Last Goodbye / All Tangled Up In Love / Wall Of Tears / I Pass / I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can|
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