Tammy Wynette Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Tammy Wynette

This Biography is about one of the best Singer Tammy Wynette including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Tammy Wynette
Real NameTana Mongeau
ProfessionCountry Singers, Lyricists & Songwriters
Nick NameTmmy Wynette, Tammy Winette, Virginia Wynette Pugh, Wynette, Tammy
Famous asSinger
NationalityAmerican
Personal life of Tammy Wynette
Born on05 May 1942
Birthday5th May
Died At Age55
Sun SignTaurus
Born inBounds
Died on06 April 1998
Place of deathNashville
CityMississippi
Family Background of Tammy Wynette
FatherWilliam Hollice Pugh
Spouses/PartnersGeorge Richey, George Jones
ChildrenTamala Georgette Jones, Jackie Daly, Tina Denise Byrd, Gwendolyn Lee Byrd
HobbiesSinger
Awards1970; 1969; 1968 – Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year 1970; 1968 -Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance – Stand By Your Man I Don’t Wanna Play House

1999 – Grammy Hall of Fame Award – Stand By Your Man 1970 – Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year 1996 – American Music Award of Merit 2000 – Academy of Country Music Awards Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award

Personal Fact of Tammy Wynette

Tammy Wynette was an American country music singer-songwriter, who rose to fame with her best-selling single Stand by Your Man. Rightly known as the First Lady of Country Music, she gave some of blockbuster songs in the country music genre. While she was at the peak of her singing career, she recorded 23 No. 1 songs during the 1960s and 1970s. She ventured into singing to support her kids financially and pay the medical bills of her youngest daughter, Tina, who was diagnosed with spinal meningitis.

Apart from releasing solo hits, she also recorded various duets with female singers, improving the image of women in country music during her time. Eventually, her pairing with country music singer, George Jones, proved fruitful as she charted a series of hit albums and singles during the 1970s and early 1980s. Some of her best-selling songs included Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad, My Elusive Dreams, D-I-V-O-R-C-E, The Ways to Love a Man, Run, Woman Run, My Man, You and Me, Near You, Good Lovin, and Golden Ring. Her solo and duet singles were honored with various awards

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