Gale Garnett was born in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1941. He family moved to Canada when she was 11 and than to the United States. In her early 20s she signed a contract with the RCA Label. Despite issuning eight albums during the 1960s, she would only chart two singles.
“We’ll Sing In The Sunshine” was released during the summer of 1964 and peaked at number four o the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Hot 100. It reached number one on their Adult Contempory Chart.
It was a mid-tempo and upbeat pop song that somehow won the 1965 Grammy Award for Best Folk Song.
Garnett would appear on dozens of television programs and in a number of movies as well.