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Original 45 rpm record "Don't Call Me Betty Ann"/"Pretty Words" (the latter written by Marty Robbins) by female country singer-songwriter Linda Cassady. It was released in the early 1980s by Nashville Country and is authentically signed in red ink on Side B label: "Best Always Linda Cassady." Comes in original plain white sleeve with small Venture sticker on one side.
Linda Cassady (1957-), a coal miner's daughter from Illinois, was a member of the WWVA Jamboree in Wheeling, West Virginia. She recorded for the Wizard, Metro Country, Nashville Country, Cin Kay, Door Knob, Soundwaves, D.T. labels. One of her biggest hits was the self-penned "C.B. Widow" (1976).
Record is in good+ condition with hardly any label wear but it is a little scratchy when played.