Connie Cato

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Connie Cato
Born (1955-03-30) March 30, 1955 (age 62)
Origin St. Louis, Missouri
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1973–1980s
Labels Capitol

Connie Cato (born March 30, 1955)[1] is a country music singer. Signed to Capitol Records, Cato released three albums in the 1970s and several singles including the top twenty hit "Hurt" in 1975. She stopped recording in the early 1980s.



Year Album US Country>[2] Label
1974 Super Connie Cato 32 Capitol
1975 Good Hearted Woman 29
1977 Whoever Finds This I Love You


Year Single Chart Positions Album
US Country[3] CAN Country
1973 "How Come You Struck The Match" (single only)
"Four On The Floor" Super Connie Cato
"Superskirt" 33
1974 "Super Kitten" 73
"Lincoln Autry" 92
1975 "Hurt" 14 19 Good Hearted Woman
"Yes" 83
"Who Wants a Slightly Used Woman" 53 (single only)
1976 "I Love a Beautiful Guy" 91 Whoever Finds This I Love You
"Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again" 80
"I'm Sorry" 76
1977 "Whoever Finds This, I Love You"
"Don't You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)" 92
1978 "Yellow House of Love" (single only)
"I Won't Take It Lyin' Down"
1980 "Hangin' On My Heart"
"Somebody's Leavin'"
1981 "What About My Heart"
"Roses For Sale'"