Which Powerful Country Woman Are You?

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Dolly Parton
The powerful woman in country music that you're most like is none other than Dolly Parton! Dolly may seem soft and sweet, but this lady is also a force to be reckoned with. Never has Dolly backed down from a challenge or let anyone else dictate her future. Much like you, Dolly views every obstacle as an opportunity to grow. No wonder she's enjoyed so much success over the past few decades!

Loretta Lynn
The powerful country woman that you're most like is Loretta Lynn! Lynn has won multiple gold albums and awards over the course of her 60 year career. Her groundbreaking music spoke of her truth growing up in poverty and overcoming obstacles. Much like Ms. Lynn, you never let your past define your future or where you're going to go. You're as driven as they come!

Emmylou Harris
The powerful country woman that you're most like is Emmylou Harris! Emmylou has been blazing a path for women in music since the mid 1960s. She has released dozens of popular albums and singles over the course of her career, in addition to winning 13 Grammy Awards. Much like Emmylou, you focus on the art and what matters. You're driven, ambitious, and willing to put in the work to get the results you most desire.

Patsy Cline
The powerful woman of country music that you are most like is none other than Patsy Cline! At a time when women weren't always treated as equals, Cline forged ahead and became of the most influential, successful, and acclaimed vocalists to come out of the 20th century. Much like Ms. Cline, you never take no for an answer and you're certainly not afraid to lay it all out on the line.

Tammy Wynette
Often credited with defining the role of women in country music back in the 1970s, Tammy Wynette is largely regarded of the "first lady of country music." Tammy wrote songs that were deep, beautiful, and spoke of human heartache. Much like you, Ms. Wynette was in tune with her feelings, both positive and negative. She used each to serve her well.