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Inhaltsangabe: The remarkable achievement and undaunted spirit of Shania Twain, the best-selling country woman artist in history, despite controversy over her First Peoples' roots and suggestive, midriff-baring videos. Raised poor in a First Peoples' family in a northern Canadian mining town, she supported her siblings after her parents' deaths by singing in a cabaret, where she was discovered by Mercury Records. Her career languished until she met fabled producer Mutt Lange, who encouraged her to record her own songs and proposed marriage. With steadfast integrity, they revolutionized the spirit of country music, crossing genres from country to pop and rock and forging new possibilities for country women artists.
About the Author: Michelle Gringeri-Brown and Jim Brown publish Atomic Ranch magazine, a quarterly devoted to mid-century homes. Gringeri-Brown was the editor of American Bungalow magazine for nine years, and her freelance work has been published in Westways, the Los Angeles Times, Photographers' Forum, and Sunset magazine's View. Jim Brown is an editorial photographer with degrees in photography and English literature. His photo-graphy has been published numerous times in Motor Trend, Sunset, Motorcyclist, American Bungalow, Westways, Car & Driver, and Hot Rod. They both grew up in postwar ranch houses and strongly support the preservation of this overlooked architectural style.
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