3/3/16-Gayle McCormick Dead

todayMarch 3, 2016


Gayle McCormickCondolences to the family and friends of Gayle McCormick, described as, “one of the most iconic female singers to define the era of the 60s.” Gayle lost her battle with cancer, and passed away in St. Louis at age 67. She had been a frequent guest on “The Lost 45s” show. With “A Group Called Smith”, McCormick was best remembered for her 1969 release of “Baby It’s You” (a Shirelles remake). It sold over two million copies. Gayle also had a most-loved “Lost 45” as a solo artist, “It’s A Cryin’ Shame” in 1971. Her voice will be missed.

Written by: Barry Scott

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