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From the opening attestation of "Hell Yes I Cheated," it's clear that this is country the way it should be done — in the fierce, classic vein of Loretta Lynn and Brenda Lee. Booker, who even takes on Lynn's "Fist City," has a strong, raw set of pipes and sharp lyrical sense. Particularly rousing is "PMS" (which could almost be a sequel to Lynn's "The Pill"). Southern California honky-tonkers Chris Gaffney and Rick Shea help out. Late-'80s country star Jann Browne (a former Curb artist who hit the Top 20 and got lost in the '90s hat craze) co-produces and contributes. This is a fine effort from top to bottom for this California native, and a welcome return for an artist who dropped out of sight after appearing on the 1992 compilation Town South of Bakersfield, Vol. 3.


Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

With her fierce passion and vocal ability, Patty Booker represents a throwback to artists like Loretta Lynn and Brenda Lee. In other words, this honky tonker is the real deal. In 1992, she had a track on the compilation A Town South of Bakersfield Volume 3 alongside the likes of Dale Watson. However, it wasn't until 1999 as a grandmother in her mid-'40s that she would self-release her full-length LP, I Don't Need All That. Patty Booker was born in San Pedro, CA, to Oklahoma transplants. During the...
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