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Carrie Underwood, “Last Name”

March 15, 2008 Leeann Ward 27

The glaringly obvious comparison to Alan Jackson’s “I Don’t Even Know Your Name” cannot be overlooked here. Likewise, the comparison to Carrie’s own “Before He Cheats” is also rather evident. Moreover, this song doesn’t do

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Randy Travis, “Faith In You”

March 14, 2008 Leeann Ward 19

As a point of interest, “Faith In You” is being offered as a free download on randytravis.com as a show of appreciation to his dedicated fans over the years. For the record, I am one

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Garth Brooks, “Midnight Sun”

March 14, 2008 Leeann Ward 4

Garth Brooks might have been wise to follow his own advice to his wife, Trisha Yearwood. He is credited for encouraging Trisha to step it up a notch for her latest studio effort, which is

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100 Greatest Women, #98: Jeannie Kendall

March 12, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 8

100 Greatest Women #98 Jeannie Kendall (The Kendalls) A father-daughter duo from St. Louis, Missouri, The Kendalls had an impressive twenty-year chart run, which featured many big hits and two indisputably country classics. Singing lead

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100 Greatest Women, #99: Sugar

March 11, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 4

100 Greatest Women #99 rong> Sugar (Dave & Sugar) Few acts have illustrated the imbalance between the sexes in country music history than Dave & Sugar. The act was formed in the mid-seventies by Dave

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John Berry, “The Balloon Song”

March 11, 2008 Leeann Ward 4

John Berry, who has been off the country music radar since his moderate success of the nineties, is attempting to get his unique voice heard on the radio once again. Songs like “Your Love Amazes

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100 Greatest Women: Introduction

March 10, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 5

100 Greatest Women An Introduction The story of women in country music tells the story of women in America over the past century. As we begin counting down the 100 Greatest Women in the history

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