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Birth name  Ina Anita Carter
Name  Anita Carter
Instruments  Bass, vocals

Occupation(s)  singer-songwriter
Genres  country, folk
Role  Singer
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Born  March 31, 1933 Maces Spring, Virginia (1933-03-31)
Labels  RCA Victor, Cadence, Columbia, Audiograph, United Artists, Liberty, Capitol
Associated acts  Carter Family, The Carter Sisters, Johnny Cash, Hank Snow, Waylon Jennings
Died  July 29, 1999, Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States
Siblings  June Carter Cash, Helen Carter
Children  John Christopher Davis, Lorrie Frances Davis
Movies  Johnny Cash! The Man, His World, His Music, Road to Nashville, Johnny Cash: Cash for Kenya: Live in Johnstown
Similar People  Helen Carter, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Maybelle Carter, Hank Snow

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Ina Anita Carter (March 31, 1933 – July 29, 1999), the youngest daughter of Ezra and Mother Maybelle Carter, was a versatile American singer who experimented with several different types of music and played upright bass with her sisters Helen Carter and June Carter Cash as The Carter Sisters. The trio joined the Grand Ole Opry radio show in 1950 (Anita was 17 years old at the time), opened shows for Elvis Presley, and joined The Johnny Cash Show in 1971. As a solo artist, and with her family, Carter recorded for a number of labels including RCA Victor, Cadence, Columbia, Audiograph, United Artists, Liberty and Capitol.


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Born in Maces Spring, Virginia, she scored two Top Ten hits in 1951 with "Down The Trail of Achin' Hearts" with Hank Snow at No. 2 and "Blue Bird Island" at No. 4. She reached the Top Ten again in 1968 with "I Got You" with Waylon Jennings at No. 4. Other solo releases charted as well. Carter recorded two folk albums in the 1960s. In 1962, she recorded a song co-written by her sister June and Merle Kilgore called "Love's Ring Of Fire".

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After hearing the record, her future brother-in-law, Johnny Cash, reportedly dreamed of hearing Mexican horns on the record and told Anita that if her song did not hit in five or six months he would record it "the way I feel about it." After the song failed to make the charts, Cash recorded it as "Ring Of Fire" in March 1963 with the horns and the Carter Sisters (along with Mother Maybelle). The revised song went on to gain wide international popularity and became one of the biggest hits of his career. She appears in a video clip, currently on YouTube, in a duet with Hank Williams, of his song 'I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)'.


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Carter married fiddler Dale Potter in 1950 (they later divorced), session musician Don Davis in 1953 (divorced and then remarried), and Bob Wootton (lead guitarist for Johnny Cash's band The Tennessee Three) in 1974 (divorced). She had two children, Lorrie Frances and Jay Davis.


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Carter suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for many years, and the drugs used to treat it severely damaged her pancreas, kidneys, and liver. She died on July 29, 1999, at the age of 66, a year after eldest sister Helen and four years before middle sister June. She was under hospice care at the home of Johnny and June Carter Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Her interment was in Hendersonville Memory Gardens in Hendersonville, Tennessee.


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