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Finding Her Voice

Women in Country Music, 1800-2000
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Finding Her Voice by Robert K. Oermann

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From country's earliest pioneers to its greatest legends, this work documents the lives of the female artists who have shaped the music for over 200 years. Through interviews, photographs, and primary texts, this work weaves a complex tapestry of personalities and talent. It gets to the heart of the special bond female artists have with their audiences. People seeking to understand the context out of which mega-stars such as Shania Twain, Faith Hill, and the Dixie Chicks emerged should look no farther than this guide. Some of the women discussed include Dolly Parton, Wanda Jackson, Patsy Montana, Alison Krauss, Martha McBride, and Loretta Lynn.

Author Biography

Mary A. Bufwack is a cultural anthropologist who specializes in women's studies. Robert K. Oermann is a music journalist whose honors include the Country Music Association's Media Achievement Award.
Release date NZ
May 31st, 2003
  • General (US: Trade)
Country of Publication
United States
235 illustrations
Vanderbilt University Press
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