Gayle Shepherd of the Singing Shepherd Sisters Dies at 81

    Gayle Shepherd, a member of the vocal quartet the Shepherd Sisters, best known for the 1957 hit,  Alone (Why Must I Be Alone), died on Monday at a care facility in Allentown, Pa. She was 81.

    Ms. Shepherd, the second youngest of eight siblings, grew up singing in church in Middletown, Ohio. She and two sisters, Martha and MaryLou, performed locally as the Shepherd Sisters beginning when they were teenagers, with Gayle often singing lead.

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