The Andrews Sisters inducted into Vocal Group Hall of Fame
Patty became sole surviving member of The Andrews Sisters after Maxene died of a heart attack
Briefly reunited with sister Patty when they received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Released solo album Maxene: An Andrews Sister
Suffered heart attack while performing in Illinois; underwent quadruple bypass surgery and survived
Launched successful solo cabaret act
Co-starred with sister Patty in Broadway hit "Over Here!"
Bette Midler recorded cover version of "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," which reached No. 8 on Billboard Hot 100
Left group to teach; named Dean of Women at Tahoe Paradise College
Eldest sister LaVerne died after year-long bout with cancer and replaced by singer Joyce DeYoung
Original trio made final appearance on "The Dean Martin Show" (NBC)
Group signed with Dot Records
Group reunited and signed recording contract with Capitol Records
Sister Patty left The Andrews Sisters to join another group; with LaVerne, continued act as duo
The Andrews Sisters appeared in "Road to Rio" alongside Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour
Hosted radio shows on ABC and CBS
Recorded "Pistol Packin' Mama," the first of many hit duets with Bing Crosby
Group had another hit with "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me)"
The Andrews Sisters released signature hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"; song first appeared in Abbott and Costello film "Buck Privates"
With sisters, made feature film debut in musical comedy "Argentine Nights"
Trio entertained Allied forces during World War II; performed all over U.S., Africa, and Italy
Released George Gershwin penned "Nice Work If You Can Get It"
Family moved to NYC; The Andrews Sisters first came to national attention with their radio broadcasts and No. 1 song "Bei Mir Bist Du Schön"
With siblings LaVerne and Patty, formed singing trio The Andrews Sisters