Myrna Smith

Born May 28, 1941

Myrna Yvonne Smith was an American songwriter and singer, who co-wrote many of the songs for Carl Wilson's 1981 solo album Carl Wilson, as well as a few of the songs on his 1983 solo album Youngblood. She was also a member of the Sweet Inspirations, which previously served as Elvis Presley's backing group. Smith became a high school English teacher in South Brunswick, New Jersey in the 1960s, while she also pursued her singing career.… Read More

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2010 69 Years Old She died on December 24, 2010, in Canoga Park, California, after an illness, at the age of 69.
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