The most iconic female country singers ever
Tammy Wynette: -Tammy Wynette tragically died at the young age of 55 in 1998, but made a reputation for herself as the "First Lady of Country Music.
Patsy Cline: -Patsy Cline is one of the most iconic country music singers ever.
Crystal Gayle: -Famous for her floor-length hair and hit song ‘Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,’ Gayle is also the younger sister of Loretta Lynn.
Patty Loveless: -Loveless rose to fame in the '80s because of her traditional honky tonk style.
Loretta Lynn: -The late Loretta Lynn won three Grammy Awards during her extensive career.
Emmylou Harris: -Harris is an icon of country music. She has won 14 Grammys as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Reba McEntire: -Country runs through McEntire's veins. Her father and grandfather were famous steer ropers.
Barbara Mandrell: -Could there be a better title than 'I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool.
Dolly Parton: -Of course, we had to start with the Queen of Country Music. Dolly Parton is one of 12 children and grew up in difficult circumstances.
Kitty Wells: -Kitty Wells was born in the heart of country music in Nashville.