Lucille Starr

Lucille Starr was the first A&M Records artist to earn a gold record for her album The French Song.

Lucille Starr was the second artist, and the first woman, to win Holland's Golden Tulip Award.

The first A&M album to receive a gold and a platinum record from the Canadian Recording Industry Association was The French Song by Lucille Starr.

Lucille Starr was the first Canadian woman to earn a gold record album.

A&M artist Lucille Starr was the first female artist inducted into the Canadian Country Music Association's Hall of Honor.

Lucille Starr yodeled Cousin Pearl's character on "The Beverly Hillbillies" television series.

On May 6, 1967 "The French Song" was #4 in South Africa.

On March 31, 1968, Lucille's international single "Send Me No Roses" peaked at #6 in South Africa.

Birth
Death
Recording Years / Label
1964-1966 -  A&M Records
1964-1965 -  Almo International
1962-1967 -  A&M Records Canada
Instruments
vocals