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Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be

by Marissa R. Moss Author

The women of country music have battled a male-dominated industry and worked to make country music more inclusive. While the 90's saw women like Shania Twain and The Chicks dominate the charts, today women are rarely played on country radio and struggle to win major awards. Yet, artists like Musgraves, Morris, and Guyton have found success with huge live audiences and crossover pop hits. They've challenged industry norms, pushing for change and carving out their own paths. Her Country highlights their struggles, triumphs, and the ongoing fight for women to be heard in country music.

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