From Dust to Dreams: Opening Night at The Smith Center For The Performing Arts 2012 - 2013 (TV Show)
Released second album with Jeff Tweedy, One True Vine.
Won a Grammy for Best Americana album for You Are Not Alone.
Received the Lifetime Achievement Award along with the other members of The Staples Singers at the Grammys.
Late career resurgence with the release of Have a Little Faith.
Appeared in Martin Scorsese's "The Last Waltz".
No. 1 hit with the Staples Singer with "I'll Take You There".
No. 1 hit with The Staples Singers with "Respect Yourself".
Solo album debut.
First hit record with "Uncloudy Day".
Landed a recording contract with The Staples Singers.
Known for such albums as "We'll Never Turn Back" and "You Are Not Alone"
Popular songs include "Christmas Vacation" and "There's A Devil On The Loose".
Dated Bob Dylan in the late 60s; Dylan later asked Mavis's father for his daughter's hand in marriage.
After nearly 60 years as a professional singer, Staples won her first Grammy in 2011.
Landed her first recording contract at the age of 14.