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  1. Little Rita Faye, aka Rita Faye Wilson, probably had her biggest hit at age 9 in with "I Fell Out of A Christmas Tree," which shows up on several children's Christmas compilation CDs. She recorded for Capitol as well as MGM, and played autoharp on several.
  2. Listen to music from Little Rita Faye like I Fell Out of a Christmas Tree, I Fell Out Of A Christmas Tree 45RPM & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Little Rita Faye.
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  4. Rita Faye is the daughter of musical parents, Smiley and Kitty (Carson) Wilson. She was born in the town of Whitesboro, Texas. At that time, her mom and dad were performers on KRVV in Sherman, Texas. She probably made one of the earliest radio appearances one can make when her parents had her appear on the air when she was just three weeks old.
  5. Little Rita Faye A: Rock City Boogie B: Wait A Little Longer: MGM USA: K May 7" 0: Little Rita Faye A: I Fell Out Of A Christmas Tree B: The Miracle Of Christmas: MGM USA: K Nov 7" 0: Rita Faye A: I'm A Problem Child B: Mister Lightnin' Bug: MGM USA: Jan 7" 0: Rita Faye A: I Want Santa Claus For.
  6. Little Rita Faye - I Fell Out Of A Christmas Tree (MGM,) Born in Whitesboro, Texas. Rita Faye is the daughter of musical parents, Smiley and Kitty (Carson) Wilson. Later on, her parents happened to be working with the Martha Carson troupe at WSM in Nashville, Tennessee.
  7. Profile: Known as "Little Rita Faye" - US Country, Rockabilly singer born November 5, in Whitesboro, Texas. Rita Faye is the daughter of Smiley Wilson.
  8. Tracks: Sparkling Brown Eyes Jerry & Sky ~ Cotton Hank Hornsby ~ Rock City Boogie Little Rita Faye ~ Call Of The Far away Hills Ken Carson ~Pepper Pickin’ Bud & Betty Bryant ~ Blues Won’t Ever Leave Me Al Rogers ~ Blues Moved In This Morning George McCormick ~ I’m On The Right Road Now Cecil Campbell ~ Midnight Line Bob Riley ~ Wrong Side Of The Road Ted West ~ Throwing My Life 5/5(2).

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