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Mary Martin

Mary Martin was an American country music singer and songwriter, who was active from the early 1950s until her death in 2003. She was born in Oklahoma in 1933 and began her career as a singer and songwriter in the late 1940s. She had a long and successful career, with a number of hits and albums to her name.

Martin's most successful album was her first, 1957's I'm Gonna Make You Love Me. It contained her biggest hit, the title track, as well as "No More Tears in Heaven," "Lonely Heartache" and "My Man." She followed up with the equally successful 1958 release Singin' in the Rain, which featured her hit single of the same name.

Martin also had a number of other standout albums and songs. Her 1967 release I'm Ready for You was well-received and featured hits like "The Only Thing That Matters," "I Don't Wanna Be Alone" and "Let It Be Me." She also had hits with "If I Could Fly Away" (1964) and "Don't Put All Your Eggs in One Basket" (1973).

An interesting fact about Mary Martin is that she was the first female artist to be inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, in 1999. She was also inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2002.