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Shirley Collie

Shirley Collie

(1931 – 2010)

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Shirley Collie

Shirley Collie
(1931 – 2010)

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Shirley Collie

(1931 – 2010)
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This is a memorial dedicated to Shirley Collie. Shirley Caddell, also known as Shirley Collie, was an American country music and rockabilly artist. She was the second wife of singer Willie Nelson, from 1963 to 1971.
Born in Chillicothe, Missouri as Shirley Simpson, she appeared as a member of the cast of ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee in the late 1950s, and charted three singles on the Billboard country chart: "Dime a Dozen" at number 25 and "Why Baby Why" at number 23 (a duet with Warren Smith) in 1961; and "Willingly", a duet with Nelson, in 1962. The Nelson duet was also his first chart single.
Shirley Collie passed away on the 27th January 2010. This is a tribute to Shirley Collie in memory of her life and
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Shirley Collie

This is a memorial dedicated to Shirley Collie. Shirley Caddell, also known as Shirley Collie, was an American country music and rockabilly artist. She was the second wife of singer Willie Nelson, from 1963 to 1971.
Born in Chillicothe, Missouri as Shirley Simpson, she appeared as a member of the cast of ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee in the late 1950s, and charted three singles on the Billboard country chart: "Dime a Dozen" at number 25 and "Why Baby Why" at number 23 (a duet with Warren Smith) in 1961; and "Willingly", a duet with Nelson, in 1962. The Nelson duet was also his first chart single.
Shirley Collie passed away on the 27th January 2010. This is a tribute to Shirley Collie in memory of her life and...

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