It can be hard to pinpoint Margie Singleton's legacy in country music because she's done just about everything. She recorded several hit songs, including the first version of Tom T. Hall's classic "Harper Valley P.T.A." She recorded several hit duets with Faron Young and was the first woman to record an entire album with George Jones. Between 1957 and 1960, while she was appearing on the Louisiana Hayride, Starday Records released six secular singles and a gospel tune by Margie. She moved to Nashville in 1960, wrote dozens of hit songs for other country, R&B, and rock'n'roll artists, and wrote arrangements and sang backing vocals on even more hit records [for example, that's Margie's voice featured in Leroy Van Dyke's "Walk On By"]. In 2017, she was inducted into the Josie Music Awards' Independent Country Music Hall of Fame, the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame, and won a L.A. Music Video Award for Video of the Year. And she's not done yet!