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Monday, June 1, 2015

Music Monday


We're gonna do one more week of country music, then move on...

Now last week, I talked about some country music greats, but I missed a few big names--all women--so this week I'm gonna mention some of the hottest country women artists of the 80s...

My favorite was K.T. Oslin... She probably isn't that well known, but her song "80's Ladies" won a Grammy as well as being named the Country Music Association's Song of the Year in 1988.




My favorite K.T. Oslin song, however, was "Hey Bobby." Don't ask me why--I was 20.


A few other big names (and my other faves) of the decade were...

Reba McIntyre...


Wynonna...

Trisha Yearwood...


Lorrie Morgan...


Enjoy and have a great week!



2 comments:

Kay Kauffman said...

Those are all great songs! I absolutely loved Lorrie Morgan growing up, and Tanya Tucker, too. Of course, Reba can't be beat, nor can Wynonna (either by herself or with Naomi). This brought back lots of great memories for me. :)

Jen FitzGerald said...

Thanks for taking the journey with me, Kay!! I do so love the music from that decade.

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