Her country : how the women of country music became the success they were never supposed to be /

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Henry Holt and Company,, New York, United States, p.xviii, 297 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : (2022)

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(OCoLC)fst00881424, (OCoLC)fst01177540, (OCoLC)fst01178528, (OCoLC)fst01200999, 2001-2010, 2011-2020, bisacsh, Chanteuses, Country (Musique), Country music, Country music., États-Unis., fast, Histoire et critique., History and criticism., MUSIC / History & Criticism., Musiciennes country, Rôle selon le sexe dans la musique., Sex role in music., United States., Women country musicians, Women country musicians., Women singers, Women singers.


Includes bibliographical references.That good ol' boys club -- Black and blue -- Something brave from her mouth -- Fastest girls in town -- Not ready to make nice -- And the devil takes the last car down -- All their favorite people -- Butterflies and wildflowers -- It's none of your business what other people think about you -- Can't remember shit -- It city -- Where my gays at? -- Faith in the heartland -- You say tomato, I say fuck you -- Hero, MAGA, and daddy lessons -- To look at country a different way -- Mama wants to change that Nashville sound -- We belong."Her Country is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey Musgraves, Mickey Guyton, Maren Morris, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly"--