Dottie West promotional photo from 1977.
|Birth name||Dorothy Marie Marsh|
|Born||October 11, 1932|
|Origin||McMinnville, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Died||September 4, 1991 (aged 58)|
|Genres||Country, country pop|
|Labels||Starday, RCA Victor, United Artists/Liberty, Permian|
|Associated acts||Jim Reeves, Don Gibson, Jimmy Dean, Kenny Rogers, Larry Gatlin, Steve Wariner, Shelly West|
Dottie West (born Dorothy Marie Marsh; October 11, 1932 – September 4, 1991) was an American country musician and songwriter. She was one of the genre's most influential artists. Her career began in the 1960s with her Top 10 hit "Here Comes My Baby Back Again". That won her a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Performance in 1965. Throughout the 1960s, she had many Top 10 and Top 20 songs.
In the 1970s, West wrote a popular commercial for the Coca-Cola company, "Country Sunshine", which hit #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles list in 1973.
West was born in McMinnville, Tennessee. She died after a car accident at age 58.
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