Barbi Benton is an American model, actress and Country Pop singer. Benton is known for her years as a regular on the country music series Hee Haw, appearing in comic skits with other cast members. She left the program after four seasons to concentrate on a more Hollywood-oriented career. She also starred in the short-lived ABC-TV comedy series Sugar Time! about an aspiring female rock group in 1977. Benton was also a recording artist with some success. Her record "Brass Buckles" (1975) was a top five hit on Billboard's country singles chart. Benton has recorded eight albums, the last of which she personally produced in 1979. She also composed the songs, sang them and played piano. One of her better-known songs was "Ain't That Just the Way" (1976), which was also a major hit for Lutricia McNeal in 1996, and was recorded by the Dutch singer Patricia Paay under the title Poor Jeremy in 1977. Barbi Doll from 1974 is the debut album by Barbi.
01 - The Teddy Bear Song 02 - Welcome Stranger 03 - Queen Of The Silver Dollar 04 - Put A Little Bit On Me 05 - Loving Arms 06 - That Country Boy Of Mine 07 - I Can't Touch The Sun 08 - Now I Law Me Down To Sleep With You 09 - If You Can't Do It, That's All Right 10 - I Don't Know If I'll Ever Love