In October, 1966, Tammy Wynette was signed on to the Hubert Long Talent Agency.
On October 7, 1998 (six months after her death), The Ear Foundation announced a tribute to Tammy Wynette. Tammy had been heavily involved with the non-profit organization which treated people with hearing impairments.
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Six months after Tammy Wynette scored a #1 country hit with “Another Lonely Song”, Andy Williams released a pop version of the song - produced by Tammy’s studio chief, Billy Sherrill.
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You And Me is released in September, 1976. The US cover of Tammy Wynette’s 17th solo studio album featured a blurry “in concert” shot while the UK version featured a close up of Tammy in furs.
On September 4, 1991 Dottie West (pictured above with Tammy Wynette in 1980) died from injuries sustained in a car crash. During that same week in 1979 Dottie and duet partner Kenny Rogers peaked at #3 on Billboard’s country charts with their version of Tammy’s hit, “‘Til I Can Make It On My Own”.
“Dottie was country. Not just country music, but country in her heart, her home, her beliefs.” - Tammy Wynette, Sep. 5, 1991 (The Tennesseean)
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