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Tanya Tucker is an award-winning country music singer-songwriter whose career spans six decades. ∙ Tucker’s breakout hit came in 1972, when, at age 13, she recorded a country version of “Delta Dawn,” which later became a No.1 Pop smash for Helen Reddy. ∙ The Academy of Country Music recognized her as the Most Promising Female Vocalist in 1972. ∙ With 1978’s TNT, Tucker undertook a radical musical makeover, leading to a Gold-certified album and a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female. ∙ What Do I Do with Me, released in 1991, produced four Top 10 Country hits and was her first album to be certified Platinum. ∙ She was the only woman included on CMT’s 2004 list The Dirty Dozen: Country’s Greatest Outlaws. ∙ Rolling Stone included her in its 2017 roundup of the 100 Greatest Country Artists of All Time. ∙ After 10 previous nominations, Tucker won her first Grammy Awards in 2020—for Best Country Song (“Bring My Flowers Now”) and Best Country Album (While I’m Livin’).

Seminole, TX, United States
October 10, 1958
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