Carlene Carter is one of the most popular Country Singers and Musicians. She is a native of Gallatin, Tennessee, U.S. and was born on September 26, 1955. As a singer and songwriter, she has been active in the music industry since the 1970s. Since then, she has released twelve albums, and has a large number of hit singles. Aside from her singing career, she has also acted in many films.
Her debut album, “Carlene Carter,” was released in 1978. It was produced by Nick Lowe. The record was a huge success. Besides receiving critical acclaim, it was also a commercial success.
In the late 1970s, Carlene joined her mother, June Carter Cash, and her sisters, Helen and Anita, in a singing group. They were called the Carter Sisters. She began to record solo material after her first few years with the group. At the same time, she began to tour with the Carter Family.
She toured with the Carter Family for two years. She also appeared on the Austin City Limits show with Johnny Cash. By the early 1980s, she had a couple of number three country hits. One of the songs, “Every Little Thing,” is a mid-tempo ballad that tells the story of a woman who is reflecting on her relationship. This song was a big hit, reaching the top 40 of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
Her second album, “C’est C Bon,” was released in 1983. It reached number 19 on the US Country chart. Several other songs from this album have been successful, including the hit singles “I Fell in Love” and “Sad Clowns and Hillbillies.”
During the 1990s, Carlene Carter moved back to the United States. For the next decade, she toured with the Carter Family, performed in several films, and released several more songs. During this period, she began to write and co-write for other performers, including Emmylou Harris. But her most successful song, “Unbreakable Heart,” was recorded by Faith Hill. While it was a commercial success, it was also a notable song for its philanthropic work.
The following year, Carlene Carter released her third studio album, “Sad Clowns and Hillbillies,” with John Mellencamp. This album was a great success, and was nominated for several awards. Other songs on the album included “Mountain Road” and “Little Girl.” After the album’s release, she continued to tour.
In the 1980s, Carlene Carter became more serious about her musical roots. She began to write songs that would appeal to a more traditional audience in Nashville. She also became romantically related to Tom Petty and Heartbreakers drummer Howie Epstein. Although Carter’s songs have been a hit, her vocal ability has not always been up to par.
The singer has an estimated net worth of $10 million. She also has a car and a house that she is planning to update in the near future. Carlene Carter is currently married to Joseph Breen, and they have two children.