More Country Stars That Struck Gold

Bruce has released over 20 studio albums to date, with the most popular and commercially successful being his 1980 self-titled album. His best reviewed and commercially appealing songs are “You’re the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had,” “Ever, Never Lovin’ You,” “”After All,” and “You Turn Me On (Like a Radio).”

Tammy Wynette

Net Worth: $900,000. Venture: Tammy Wynette Museum. Tammy Wynette was truly one of the greats when it came to classic country music. Often referred to as the “First Lady of Country Music”, she helped during the ‘60s and ‘70s to pioneer much of the popularity of the folk American genre, with music that touched every person in the United States on topics such as the hardships of maintaining loving relationships and the effects of loneliness on the soul. Wynetta is often compared with some of the greats in the genre like Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn.
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Wynetta hit her peak popularity between the ‘60s and the late ‘70s with songs like “D-I-V-O-R-C-E” that were massively popular before anyone has even heard of country-pop. With twenty singles reaching number one in the charts, this iconic and legendary singer was truly one of the best 20th century had to offer. If you’re interested in experiencing the magic of Tammy Wynette, you should listen to her hit song “Stand By Your Man”, or visit the Tammy Wynette Legacy Park Tremont, Mississippi that was constructed in honor of the woman who touched millions with her voice.