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Stand By Your Man!

OH my precious, precious Tammy!!!!! Brother Boy is smiling somewhere right now in Winters TX.! Would love to see more and more of her great catalog of haunting love songs remixed. A def keeper for any Tammy fan.

First Lady, First Class

In spite of the empty complaints of some die-hard country music traditionalists, this remix reunites Tammy Wynette with a club scene which welcomed her 1991 joint effort with the KLF on "Justified and Ancient". Using Tammy's original vocals, this mix is sure to expand both her audience and her legacy. Her original recording remains the epitome standard performance for country music female vocalists - a delivery that shows beyond doubt she still is 'The First Lady of Country Music', but this catchy dance remix is indicative of her timeless appeal and the unstoppable progression and popularity of first class song sung by a first class performer!


Born: May 5, 1942 in Itawamba County, MS

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

In many ways, Tammy Wynette deserves the title of "the First Lady of Country Music." During the late '60s and early '70s, she dominated the country charts, scoring 17 number one hits. Along with Loretta Lynn, she defined the role of female country vocalists in the '70s. After her father, who was a musician, died when she was just eight months old, Wynette was raised at her grandparents' home in Mississippi; her mother moved to Birmingham, AL, to do military work. As a child, Wynette taught herself...
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