The country music world owes a lot to its women; but many of country’s original divas first broke ground decades ago, so that our favorite modern artists could enjoy success today.
The Academy of Country Music honored these special female artists with the 2011 special Girls’ Night Out: Superstar Women of Country.
The ACM saved the best for last: an homage to Loretta Lynn included a bevy of talented females performing her signature hit, “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”
Reba, Naomi and Wynonna Judd, Carrie Underwood, Jen Nettles of Sugar Land, Martina McBride, and Miranda Lambert collaborated on a masterful finale honoring Loretta Lynn.
Although all of the ladies were definitely on the top of their game during this show, the artist that stood out to us here was definitely Miranda Lambert.
She was the youngest artist on stage, and yet she still managed to keep up with some of the more seasoned professionals.
Also, we must add that she looked absolutely amazing as well, in a chic futuristic dress with silvery accents.
It is inspiring to see that the modern generation of country artists have such appreciation for the talent that helped to pave the way!
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