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Lynn Anderson

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Lynn Anderson
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Lynn Anderson The ninth issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Lynn Anderson. This issue also includes articles on Jimmy C Newman, Webb Pierce, Merle Kilgore & more...

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Throughout the entire flight to Albuquerque I pondered the question. I was on my way out west to spend a few days with Lynn Anderson in Taos, New Mexico, and I was wondering why a lady who is still one of the ten best selling female country artists of all time would pull up stakes from Nashville and move to a little town in the high desert. In 1971, this woman put "Rose Garden" on top of the pop and country charts, for heavens sake, and now she lives more than two hours from the nearest major airport. What gives? I was still thinking this one over as I drove through the rugged, reddish-brown terrain outside of Albuquerque and on to Santa Fe. Soon, the highway narrowed and entered the Rio Grande Gorge. The two lanes twisted between steep foothills and along the banks of that legendary river for several miles before rising out of the gorge on to a wide open plain.

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The ninth issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Lynn Anderson. This issue also includes articles on Jimmy C Newman, Webb Pierce, Merle Kilgore & more...

Teaser from the Cover Story:

Throughout the entire flight to Albuquerque I pondered the question. I was on my way out west to spend a few days with Lynn Anderson in Taos, New Mexico, and I was wondering why a lady who is still one of the ten best selling female country artists of all time would pull up stakes from Nashville and move to a little town in the high desert. In 1971, this woman put "Rose Garden" on top of the pop and country charts, for heavens sake, and now she lives more than two hours from the nearest major airport. What gives? I was still thinking this one over as I drove through the rugged, reddish-brown terrain outside of Albuquerque and on to Santa Fe. Soon, the highway narrowed and entered the Rio Grande Gorge. The two lanes twisted between steep foothills and along the banks of that legendary river for several miles before rising out of the gorge on to a wide open plain.

Purchase this Back-Issue for the Full Story.

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    im related to her
    Sep 15, 2008  |  By R. R.  ID, United States
    my mother bonnie is her cousin, i love her music and wish i could get to know my aunt, i might have the relation wrong, but im 37 now have 2 kids a girl and a boy, lynn rocks, and i love her and her music. wishing all the best , please contact me via e mail. rockinrobin@yahoo.com. this is real not a kimic,bye sincerly robin austin/thornton

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