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"This is my tribute to the women of country music."
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This country legend goes on a fruit juice fast and retreats to her mountain cabin when she needs creative inspiration.
The members of this group are all classically trained.
Allison Kraus and Union Station
The Dixie Chicks
The Carter Family
This Opry Legend rarely sang a note, studied Shakespeare and favored classical music.
Mother Maybelle Carter
This popular legend wrote "Ring of Fire" about her affair with a married man who later became her husband.
June Carter Cash
Mather Maybelle Carter
This country legend is known for her rich alto voice. When he was 12 years old and she was already famous, Marty Stewart told his Mother: "I am going to marry her one day!".
This country legend was relatively unknown to most, when she was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame for her compositions. She made history and many tears with her "--and tonight I am wearing that dress!" speech.
Mary Chapin Carpenter
K. T. Oslin
This country legend who once wore conservative gingham dresses and refused to record Kris Kristopherson's "Help Me Make It Through the Night" because it was "too sexy", graduated to spandex and once posed for men's magazine OUI.
She was the first woman in country music to have a million-selling single: "I Want To Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart".
Born Eileen Edwards in Canada on Aug. 28,1965, she has been accused of exploiting her stepfather's Indian roots.
Born Sept. 21, 1967 and raised in Star, Mississippi, this country diva was adopted at one week of age.
Lee Ann Womack
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