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article imageMartina McBride celebrates 20 years as Grand Ole Opry member

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 30, 2015 in Music
Nashville - Today marks the 20-year anniversary of country queen Martina McBride as a member of the prestigious Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
McBride is originally from Sharon, Kansas, and she was inducted by veteran country star Loretta Lynn on November 30, 1995.
Moments before McBride was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry family, McBride performed the country classic "Crazy," where she paid homage to the late Patsy Cline.
To check out country star Martina McBride's profile, visit the Grand Ole Opry official's website.
Throughout her career in the country music scene, McBride has been crowned "Female Vocalist of the Year" by the Country Music Association (CMA) four nonconsecutive times. To this day, her signature song is her 1994 hit single, "Independence Day," an anthem against domestic violence.
For more information on Martina McBride and her music, visit her official homepage.
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