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Tammy Wynette Tragic Country Queen, Library Edition.

Publisher: Blackstone Audio Inc 2010.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : English
Database:WorldCat
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Tammy Wynette was one of the great female singers of the twentieth century, an artist who could plumb the darkest corners of her heart and transform private grief into public drama. Biographer Jimmy McDonough tells the story of the small-town girl who grew up to be the woman behind the microphone and whose meteoric rise led to a decades-long career full of tragedy and triumph. Through a high-profile marriage and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Tammy Wynette; Tammy Wynette
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
ISBN: 9781441726643 1441726640
OCLC Number: 462892882
Performer(s): Read by Robertson Dean.
Description: p. cm.

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Tammy Wynette was one of the great female singers of the twentieth century, an artist who could plumb the darkest corners of her heart and transform private grief into public drama. Biographer Jimmy McDonough tells the story of the small-town girl who grew up to be the woman behind the microphone and whose meteoric rise led to a decades-long career full of tragedy and triumph. Through a high-profile marriage and divorce, her dreadful battle with addiction and illness, and the struggle to compete in a rapidly evolving Nashville, Tammy Wynette turned a brave smile toward the world and churned out masterful hit songs full of vulnerability, disillusionment, strength, and endurance. This is an intimate portrait of a music icon, the Queen of Heartbreak, whose powerful voice evoked universal pain and longing even as it belied her own.

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