Jean Shepard

"Back then, you couldn't be a wimp," recalled Jean Shepard, one of country music's finest singer's of pure honky tonk, and the first post World War 2 female artist to have a million selling hit single, in her 1953 duet with Ferlin Husky, "A Dear John Letter," which was to be a major cross over pop hit as well.

 

Born November 21, 1934 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma- she was raised in Visalia, California, near Bakersfield. In 1948- at the age of 14, she was already playing bass in an all female country group called The Melody Ranch Girls, and in 1952 discovered by... Read More

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