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“I’ve been told that Elvis, at one point, had quite a crush on Anita, and she was not interested in him,” Wolfe says.
“I remember she had a great picture of the two of them, where Elvis is holding her in his arms and looking very smitten.” Mother Maybelle & the Carter Sisters joined the Johnny Cash road show in 1961, and they were regulars on Cash’s network TV series in 1969. In addition to being a member of country music’s “first family,” Anita also made a name for herself with a string of memorable duets.
However, any information regarding her past love affairs and relation is still yet to get unfolded in public.
Since there is not a single information available of her getting married or being in a love relation, Anita Vogel is believed to be single at the present time.
“She was really the most gifted, raw singer of them all. She was extremely versatile with it, proving herself able to experiment with a number of different types of music — folk, straight country and rock ’n’ roll.” The Carter Sisters entry in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Encyclopedia of Country Music also calls attention to Anita’s crystal clear soprano: “Helen, the most capable instrumentalist, played accordion; June, the best comedienne and performer, was on autoharp; and Anita, the soprano and best singer, handled the bass (sometimes standing on her head to play).” Born Ina Anita Carter, March 31, 1933, the youngest of Maybelle and Ezra Carter’s three daughters made her first public appearance in 1937 with her sisters on The Popeye Club on radio station WOPI in Bristol, Va.In 1951, she scored a pair of Top 5 duets with Hank Snow: “Bluebird Island” and “Down the Trail of Achin’ Hearts.” A 19-year-old Anita traded vocals with Hank Williams in 1952 on “I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You)” on Kate Smith’s network television program.