She started singing at a young age and made demo tapes at WEAS Studios before releasing "Partly Bill" when she was fourteen years old.
About LaWanda Lindsey
American country music singer who had a single called "Partly Bill" that reached national charts and she had two others in the top 30.
Her father, Norman "Lefty" Lindsey, was a fiddle player.
Friends and colleagues
Buck Owens took her on as his protégée in 1973.
She released other hits like "Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries" and "Hello Out There."