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Mary Ann Fisher, Singer


Mary Ann Fisher Rhythm and blues singer Mary Ann Fisher is best known for her former role as a “Raelette,” singing behind the legendary Ray Charles in the late 1950s. Though she now lives in Louisville, Mary Ann is originally from Henderson, in Western Kentucky. She has been singing for more than 65 years and has performed all around the world.

Although Mary Ann has enjoyed a long and successful music career, she only recently released her first album, Songbird of the South. In addition to Mary Ann’s own well-honed vocals, it features the musical talents of violinist Peter Rhee, keyboardist Rod Wurtele, bassist Jerry Harshaw, drummer Ed Chestnut, and guitarist Mike Murphy.


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Program 523

A look back at 50 years of the Louisville Ballet, 78-year-old fiber artist Mary Craik, and 80-year-old rhythm and blues singer Mary Ann Fisher. (#523)

Program 541

A look back at 50 years of the Louisville Ballet, 78-year-old fiber artist Mary Craik, and 80-year-old rhythm and blues singer Mary Ann Fisher. (#541)

Program 813

Lexington conceptual artist Louis Zoellar Bickett, Louisville clarinet prodigy Daniel Goldman, and music from blues artist Mary Ann Fisher and Australian folk performers the Zarb Brothers. (#813)





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