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Are These The Best Female Country Singers of All Time?

A new study by Studyfinds.com shows the “Best Female Country Singers of All Time”, and I’m really not gonna argue this one.


The List: Best Female Country Singers of All Time, Per Critics and Fans


1. Dolly Parton
The top spot on the list goes to perhaps the most influential country singer ever, Dolly Parton. This famous blondie appeared in the top spot across 70 percent of the sites referenced. Dolly isn’t just known for having one of the best amusement parks in the South, but her iconic status as one of the best in country will last long after she’s gone.

2. Loretta Lynn
The Coal Miner’s Daughter was the clear choice for second. Simply put, Loretta Lynn is a country music icon.

3. Reba McEntire
The red-headed country legend appeared on 70 percent of the sites we referenced and for good reason. Reba is recognizable by her first name alone, and that notoriety even helped her land her own TV show. Through it all, Reba has remained true to her country music roots.

4. Patsy Cline
Patsy Cline is responsible for some of the most iconic country music songs of all time and is beyond deserving of her place as one of the best.

Cline recorded these hits before she was lost in a tragic plane crash.

5. Carrie Underwood 
The former ‘American Idol’ winner is one of the most decorated female singers of all time. “… Underwood has maintained her chart-topping success. Her career has gone on for nearly two decades, earning her over a hundred awards from various organizations, which has given Underwood the outstanding title of the most awarded country singer of all time.”

Check the full article here

Honorable Mention: Miranda Lambert.  I just think they should have put her somewhere in there because, well, she’s a badass!


Who would you put as the top 5 Female Country Singers? Comment below!

Dolly Parton and Olivia Newton-John “Jolene”

When I heard that Dolly Parton had recorded a duet with Olivia Newton-John covering her iconic “Jolene”, I immediately had to look it up and take a listen.

Ommggggg… weekend = MADE!

This duet is a part of Dolly’s upcoming Rock album which will featured collabs with everyone from Stevie Nicks to Steven Tyler to Steve Perry.

Needless to say, I’m just a little bit excited for it.




Dolly Parton, Cyndi Lauper, Belinda Carlisle, Debbie Harry and Gloria Estefan “Gonna Be You”


Dolly Parton, Cyndi Lauper, Belinda Carlisle, Debbie Harry and Gloria Estefan have teamed up for a collab that’s on the soundtrack for the upcoming “80;s for Brady” movie… which not gonna lie… I kind of want to see.  Probably because I’m now offically middle-aged.

Is the song cheesy? Oh, heck yeah.  But it’s for a movie about elderly women obsessed with Tom Brady, so I’m thinking it wasn’t meant to be that intellectually substantial. Really, thoughm it’s actually the perfect song for that kind of a movie soundtrack.

Ok, first of all, Belinda Carlisle is still STUNNING. And Cyndi still has those powerhouse vocal runs. Good to know some things never change.


Also, why isn’t Debbie in the video?

I just wanted to feature this song because I’m a fan of all these incredible women, and after watching the trailer, I really want to see the movie, too.

“80’s for Brady” hits theaters on Feburary 3rd if you want to check it out!


Dolly Parton “Don’t Make Me Have to Come Down There”

First off, today is Dolly Parton’s 77th Birthday!

All hail the QUEEN!

You seriously don’t get a better human than Dolly. I don’t think anyone can argue me this.

AND she celebrated her birthday by putting out a new song called “Don’t Make Me Have to Come Down There”!

How cool is that?  I love that Dolly can tackle a serious subject (Like us humans screwing everything up) with a dash of humor.

And yes, we are messing up big time across the board, and need to get to fixing it.  Dolly says so, and Dolly knows.


Can she run for president?  I mean, if Biden and Trump are running again… she’d win no contest.


Make it happen, Dolly!


Dolly Parton Goes Rock!


If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that Dolly Parton is a National Treasure.  She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame a few weeks ago, and it aired on HBO this past weekend.  During the ceremony, Dolly confirmed that she is making a rock album, and performed a new song called “Rockin'” to celebrate.


Is it really rock? Nah.  But Dolly is a QUEEN and can do whatever the hell she wants.

Oh, and she enlisted Steve Perry- former frontman of Journey- to help her with her new album, and more to come, so I’m thinking this could be pretty great.