Thursday, 19 July 2012

     Country singer world just lost one of the great singers,Kitty Wells. The singer, who was nicknamed The Queen of Country Music, died with on July 16, 2012 peacefully at She's home in Nashville of complications from a stroke. She's died at the age of 92 years.

     Loretta Lynn, who collaborated with She's on the single "Honky Tonk Angels",
sends condolences after hearing the sad news. "She's my hero.
If I had never heard of Kitty Wells, I do not think I would
become the singer She's self, "said the singer was 80 years.
       "Kitty Wells will always be the greatest female country singer of all time,
"Lynn continued." I want to sound like She's, but as far as I know,
no one will be as big as Kitty Wells She's truly is the Queen of
Country Music, "She's said.

     Crooner other country, Barbara Mandrell, who called the late
This singer is a "hero Country music every female artist." "She's
led the way for us all and I feel very grateful and honored
have known She's.

     She's was always kind of the most friendly and beautiful people who are around us, "She's said.
Lee Ann Womack could not agree with the opinion of Barbara. "Country music is lost an icon that we consider to be a woman in country music to survive, "She's said. "She's paved the way for generation after She's and really make a mark for women in this country is a tough business for women, but She's proved
that She's could sell tickets and recordings and has hits in the time that has not been proven but by the actions of women, "She's added.

     Kitty Wells learned to play guitar at the age of 14 years and began to pursue a career singing by appearing on local radio in Nashville before entering the recording booth. She's became the first female solo artist to score a chart-topping single Country with "It Was not God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels".

      Wells was married to Johnnie Wright when she was 18. She's left a son and daughter Bobby Sue, eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and five great-grandchildren of her grandson.


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