Female outlaw singer who’s held on to her strong, husky voice since her 1974 debut at age 13
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$22.99 for one G-Pass for floor sections 1, 2, or 3 (up to $46.10 value)
The Child Star: at 13, she shook up the country scene with her 1974 debut, “Delta Dawn,” which showcased a smooth and earthy voice much older than herself
The Outlaw: she’s considered one of the only female outlaw country singers, best exemplified in the dusty little ditty “Texas (When I Die)”
And Everything Else: “If It Don’t Come Easy” found a more mature Tucker looking back at the hard truths of love, and her voice broke like her fans’ hearts in the breakup ballad “Hangin In’”
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