Anita Bryant

Born: March 25, 1940
Barnsdale, OK, USA

Bryant started out as a beauty queen contestant, winning the Miss Oklahoma Pageant, and then placing third in the Miss America pageant. She had some chart success in the late 50's and early 60's with "Till There Was You," "My Little Corner of the World," and "Paper Roses," (the latter two were remade by Marie Osmond). She then began to sing religious music, and has since become very opinionated and outspoken about he viewpoints on homosexuality.

Instruments Played / Skills:
Vocals Songwriter

Christian/Religious Easy Listening
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