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Martina McBride, who released a cover of "Rose Garden" as the first single from her. "I've been so blessed in my life that things have kind of seemed to fall in place for me. As the late '70s dawned, Anderson's chart success began to dim a little, so the songstress changed her style - recording more "outlaw"-themed music and adopting somewhat of a racier. As a teenager, she won many shows around the area and earned the title of California Show Queen in 1966. Lynn Anderson - one of country's most dominant female vocalists of the 1970s - died Friday morning (July 31) in Nashville at the age of 67. The overhaul proved to be a success, with 1979's "Isn't It Always Love" returning her to the top 10. Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road on their album Country Grass. The exposure from that song helped her win female vocalist of the year awards from both the Academy of Country Music (of which she was an early member) and the. I just have to keep on the right path and not jaunt off to the left or the right. Anderson - the daughter of singer/songwriters Casey and Liz Anderson - was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and raised in Fair Oaks, California. Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Freddie Hart or Wynn Stewart she recalled. Her music continued to inspire many future superstars, such as. Anderson reprised the song earlier this year in bluegrass fashion with. It was nothing to wake up in the middle of the night and hear. By 1967, she hit the top 10 for the first time with "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away and was invited to become a regular cast member on. In a recent interview with Billboard to promote Bridges, which ended up being her final album, Anderson said you never knew just who might be hanging around the Anderson homestead. Of course, with that exposure to music, there was little doubt what vocation Anderson would pursue. The hits kept coming throughout the '70s with "Listen to a Country Song "How Can I Unlove You" and covers of pop hits such as "Keep Me In Mind." Gone. Despite the comeback, Anderson left Columbia in 1980 and didn't record for close to three years, focusing on raising her children. But her star would soon be on the rise, thanks to the success of "Ride, Ride, Ride which made it all the way to No. In 1970, Anderson signed with Columbia, where her star would rise even further. "I did 'Cry' and 'Under the Boardwalk which were old pop hits.