Kay Adams Biography
Kay Adams, Country Music singer, musician and recording artist, was born Princetta Kay Adams April 9, 1941 at Knox City, Texas. She was the fourth of five children born to Charley Alva Adams and Ola May Henson. When Kay was ten, her family moved to Vernon, Texas, where she was raised.
In the 1960s, Kay Adams came on the Country scene with such songs as "Six Days A Waiting," "Old Heart Get Ready," "Anymore," "Don't Talk Trouble To Me," "Trapped," "Roll Out The Red Carpet," "I Cried At Your Wedding," "Honky Tonk Heartache," and "She Didn't Color Daddy."
Kay appeared as a regular on such Bakersfield, California, based Country Music television programs as the Buck Owens Show and the Dave Stogner Show.
At the 1st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in 1965 in Nashville, Tennessee, Kay Adams won for Most Promising Female Vocalist. Other nominees in the same category were Betty Foster, Faye Hardin, Jeanne Black, Joanie O'Neal, Myrna Miller and Pamela Miller.
Before 1966, women did not record songs about truck driving. But Kay Adams had a hit that year with "Little Pink Mack," a song giving the point of view of a woman driver. It is the only song on the album by a woman. Her truck is a female's color, decked out with chrome and polka-dot curtains hangin' in the sleeper, but it is the fastest big-wheeler on the road. In her truck drivin' boots she stands about five-foot three, but she can take care of herself. "I'm a gear swappin' mama, and I don't know the meaning of fear," she sings. And "All the truckers are asked, 'Who's the gal in the little pink Mack?'"
Her 1966 album "A Devil Like Me Needs An Angel Like You," was a duo with singer Jack Clement. And in the late '60s she sang on a soundtrack-album of a western movie, "Killers Three," which also featured Jack Clement, Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens.
Kay Adams was first married to George Willard. They had two sons before divorcing. She and her second husband were also divorced. She was married for a third time to a man named Buck.
Her albums include: "A Devil Like Me Needs An Angel Like You," "Make Mine Country," and "Wheels And Tears."
Thanks to F.D. Redding <FDRedding1@aol.com? for submitting the biography.
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Don Rich | Reviewer: Cheryl | 4/20/13
I read the book on buck and the things Ms Sisk wrote are a lot of wrong would like you to e-mail me as everyone else is dead in the book. Address is Valcorberg@aol.com Need good answers and I know you have them.
daughter of arleene of hobbs | Reviewer: terrie rohloff | 8/20/12
I am looking for a woman named Betty who Do was with Merle and a man named Don F. Just trying to put a past to my mother who died when I was 15. If you know her, or are her, plz send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am named after you | Reviewer: kay upton allsup, triplett | 5/15/09
I am trying to find Kay you and mom used to be best frinds I was named after you please email me @kcustompainting.com ,I LOVE YOU and would love to hear from you so would mom she is here in ARK till the 30th of may please email me so we can meet
im your great nephew | Reviewer: chris mcdonald | 1/8/09
kay your sister linda had a child named kelle he met my mom and they married and had me chris mcdonald they got divvorced and he remarried to stacy mcdonald and had 3 girls ive never seen you but i want to everyone misses you alot includig your dear sister linda so email me please email@example.com
Good Review | Reviewer: Lynda(Peace) Orcutt | 7/9/08
I used to know Kay and wondered what happened to her. Please tell her Lynda Peace asked about her. I live in SLC Utah and used to be on the board of The Academy of Country Music!!!!!! Moved here in 1992 Thanks Please give her my email
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