Kitty-Wells-Obituary

Kitty Wells

Obituary

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Singer Kitty Wells, whose hits such as "Making Believe" and "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" made her the first female superstar of country music, died on Monday. She was 92. The singer's family said she died peacefully at home after complications from a stroke. ...

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Just love kitty wells , I grew up listening to her records when I was a little girl in the late 60s , and recently,I was lucky to find an autographed cassette of her grt hits lp in a second hand store, ! May your star shine bright in country heaven always

Had the pleasure of meeting Kitty & John while on holiday to Nashville from England, we treasure the photo of Kitty John and my wife taken at their granddaughters birthday party after the Patsy Cline life story, they were great people and made us feel really at home and welcome, a huge thank you x and a sad loss.

Sorry For Your Loss!

Godspeed Kitty, and thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

DEAREST KITTY : MY CONDOLENCES TO YOUR FAMILY. I SAW YOU AT THE N.A.C. IN OTTAWA AND IN ONE OF THE CHURCHES IN OTTAWA AS WELL. I REALLY MISS YOU. I HAVE A C.D. OF YOURS TOO. I LOVE ALL YOUR SONGS AND I CAN SING ALL OF THEM. I HEARD INTERVIWS YOU DID WITH EDDIE STUBBS ON W.S.M. LOVE, BETTYANN.

Love u always!!!!

Kitty is my all time favorite singer and I truly miss her

kitty me johnny

I met Kitty in Washington State and was proud to give her a box of Washington apples. There will never be another Kitty Wells. We miss you.