Who Won the 1995
CMAs Best Female Vocalist

Alison Krauss

1994 CMAs Best Female Vocalist Winner
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1995 CMAs Best Female Vocalist Winner Alison Krauss News

Events set Friday, Saturday in Erie

Parsons Sun
Her influences are the likes of: Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynett, The Judds, Ray Price, Connie Smith, Doug Kershaw, Leona Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Buck Owens, Dawn Sears, George Strait, Willie Nelson, Mickey Gilley, Alison Krauss and more ...

1995 CMAs Best Female Vocalist Winner Alison Krauss News

The High 48s guitarist Marty Marrone on playing bluegrass: 'Magic happens'

TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Marrone suggested “Let Your Loss Be Your Lesson,” a 1975 track written by the late blues guitarist Little Milton. He discovered it through “Raising Sand,” the Grammy-winning 2007 record by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. “I was a late bloomer to that ...

1995 CMAs Best Female Vocalist Winner Alison Krauss News

Fiddler Dennis Stroughmatt headlines SI Opry, releases new album

The Southern
Worlow was the Illinois Old Time Fiddle Champion from 1974-76 and again in 1983, but he was beaten the next three years by Alison Krauss of Champaign. “Where I grew up there was a lot of oil wells, so we attracted workers from Texas and Oklahoma and ...

1995 CMAs Best Female Vocalist Winner Alison Krauss News

Pinnacles of the Peaks

The Source Weekly (press release) (registration) (blog)
The next year she started playing guitar and by age 10 entered local talent contests. The child prodigy soon caught the ear of Alison Krauss, who became a mentor and friend. Now, Hull's songwriting and vocals have reached the level of her mandolin ...

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