Barbara Fairchild (born November 12, 1950) is an American country and gospel singer, who is best known for her hit 1973 country song "The Teddy Bear Song" and other country hits. Fairchild started her career at a young age singing country music. She cut her first single at 15 years old. In 1963, she moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and by 1965, she was a regular on a local TV show and recorded for a local label, Norman Records, but none of her singles released were much more than regional hits.
Complete your Barbara Fairchild collection. This Is Me (LP, Album).
This is Me was Barbara Fairchild's last album for Columbia before she was cut loose to pursue an elusive comeback hit on a variety of labels. The album has a pair of odd breakup songs that make use of death imagery: "Our Love's Not Dead (It's Just Buried Alive)," and "It's Sad to Go to the Funeral (Of a Good Love That Has Died)
Columbia Records Label; Album cover has minor wear and DJ track sticker; Record appears new; Demonstration copy; Track listing: This Is Me; Good Time Days; It's Just A Matter Of Time (Till I'm In Your Heart Again); It's Sad To Go To The Funeral (Of A Good Love That Has Died); Life's Ocean; You; Midnight. Man; Our Love's Not Dead (It's Just Buried Alive); Be A Friend Of Mine; People Of The World (I Love You).
Barbara Fairchild (born November 12, 1950) is an American Country Music/Gospel Music Singer, who is best known for her 1973 Country chart-topper "Teddy Bear Song". After the success fo the song, she continued to have success on the Country charts. Early life & beginnings in Nashville Barbara started her career at a very young age singing country music.
Studio album by. Barbara Fairchild, Connie Smith and Sharon White. The album's final track, "Walkin' Through the Fire" was written by country artist and Smith's husband, Marty Stuart. The album spawned two singles released in 2003: the "Closer to Home" and the title track, however both failed to chart.