From Rolling Stone:
Dorothy McGuire Williamson, who with her sisters Phyllis and Christine formed the Fifties vocal trio the McGuire Sisters, has died at her son’s house near Phoenix, The Associated Press reports. She was 84. Williamson had Parkinson’s disease and age-related dementia.
The McGuire Sisters were as well known for their matching outfits and hairdos as for their vocal harmonies, which helped them earn six gold records between 1952-68. The sisters began singing together as children in Ohio, performing in the church where their mother, Lillie, was a minister, and at weddings and church revivals. After breaking through to a wider audience in 1952 on the program Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts, the sisters established a career that included numerous television appearances, concert tours and more than 60 singles, including the Number One hits “Sincerely” in 1954 and “Sugartime” in 1957. […]
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