Who Won the 1979
ACM Awards Top Female Vocalist

Barbara Mandrell

1978 ACM Awards Top Female Vocalist Winner
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Denise LaSalle, Southern soul singer and earthy ...

Reading Eagle
Denise LaSalle, a Hall of Fame soul and blues singer and songwriter whose earthy lyrics and sexually explicit stage patter made her an enduring presence in predominantly black clubs and theaters, died Jan. 8 at a hospital in Jackson, Tennessee. She was ...

1979 ACM Awards Top Female Vocalist Winner Barbara Mandrell News

Denise LaSalle, 1939-2018

Nashville Scene
Denise LaSalle combined the blues' expressive flamboyance and risqué elements with the vocal urgency of soul in a vivid manner that earned her the title Queen of the Blues. LaSalle, who made Jackson, Tenn., her home and had often appeared at historic ...

1979 ACM Awards Top Female Vocalist Winner Barbara Mandrell News

Denise LaSalle, Singer and Writer of Earthy Songs, Dies at 78

New York Times
She returned to the national R&B charts in the 1970s with songs including “Now Run and Tell That,” “Man Sized Job,” “Love Me Right” and “Married, but Not To Each Other,” a song that also became a country hit for Barbara Mandrell in 1977. After ...


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