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Wynette

Tammy, original name Virginia Wynette Pugh. 1942--98, US country singer; her bestselling records include "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" (1967) and "Stand By Your Man" (1969)
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It wasn't long before you had a smash hit with Tammy Wynette's "D-I-V-O-R-C-E."
It elevated Wynette - then one of many somewhat successful female country recording artists - to superstar status.
"Tammy Wynette had a lot of problems but she always looked glamorous and kept smiling, which I think is a Scouse thing as well - making a joke out of bad times and putting a brave face on it," says McCubbing, who has found herself compulsively listening to country music as she creates the pieces.
Also making the top 10 were, Bing Crosby and David Bowie's Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy Christmas collaboration, Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue's 'Where The Wild Roses Go' and the KLF's 'Justified and Ancient' duet with country queen Tammy Wynette. (ANI)
Any library strong in country music history of biographies can't be without TAMMY WYNETTE: TRAGIC COUNTRY QUEEN.
5 (1942) Wynette Pugh, better known as country music singer Tammy Wynette, was born in her grandparents' home in rural Itawamba County near the Alabama state line.
Based in Italy, Meltin' Pot (www.meltinpot.com) hit the lesbian radar last winter when their ad campaign, Love the Difference, showcased the company's notion of hybridity by using real queer and straight couples (our fave: lesbian couple Amanda and Wynette).
Among the singers and bands from outside Ireland who were dominating the charts in that period were the Bay City Rollers, Mud, Tammy Wynette, Showaddywaddy, 10CC, Johnny Nash, Rod Stewart, Leo Sayer, David Essex, Glen Campbell, Marianne Faithful, Smokie, Elton John and Kiki Dee, Abba and the Brotherhood of Man.
When the mother, Wynette Sills, realized Bain had been hired at Loretto, she alerted Bishop William Weigand, who in turn directed Loretto to terminate Bain.
And, according to Richard, those who enjoy the music of Elvis, Blondie and Tammy Wynette will also find something amusing.
With superior material composed by Fame staff writer George Jackson -not forgetting her immortal reading of OV Wright's That's How Strong My Love Is -Staton earned the title First Lady of Southern Soul, while clocking up hits with Tammy Wynette's Stand By Your Man and Elvis Presley's In The Ghetto.