It's interesting that what we once referred to as 'reality television,' and openly mocked with our friends, is now some of the highest rated programming out there. It's certainly been a winner for country music stars like John Rich (1 of 3 men left on Celebrity Apprentice) and Blake Shelton, who is competing to take a new musician under his wing on the new NBC show, The Voice.
The Judds were country music's mother and daughter darlings during the '80s. They won five Grammy awards, charted 25 singles from 1983 to 2000, and are arguably one of the most famous acts to hit country music.
They are nearly as famous for their combustible relationship on and off stage, which has strained their ability to make music over the years and has served as highly publicized tabloid fu
The Oprah Winfrey Network is not only gonna give us some much needed Shania Twain in April, but they're also rolling out even more Country love with The Judds, a new docu-series featuring Wynonna and Naomi.
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You know the old saying, "You never get a second chance to make a first impression." Well that's just as true in music as it is in life! Very few songs really grab the listener from line one, so we commend those that do with this countdown of the best opening lyrics in the history of country music.