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  1. It's All About to Change is the second studio album by American country music singer Travis Tritt, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1991.

  2. Changes is the 14th studio album by American country music singer Tanya Tucker. It was released on September 6, 1982, by Arista Records and would be her only album for the label. The album was produced by David Malloy and peaked at number 47 on the Billboard Top Country LPs chart.

  3. Changes Lyrics: Neither one of us will change / We're both the same and that's a shame / 'Cause when we're together, it was right / We had it all, you and I / You're not changin' me and I'm not.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tanya_TuckerTanya Tucker - Wikipedia

    • Early Life
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    • The Return of Tanya Tucker
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    She was born in Seminole, Texas, the youngest of three children born to Alma Juanita (née Cunningham; 1927–2012) and Jesse Melvin "Beau" Tucker (1927–2006). Prior to managing Tanya's career, Beau was a heavy equipment operator, so the family moved often as he sought better work. Her early childhood was spent primarily in Willcox, Arizona, where the...

    1972–1979: Teen country star

    Sherrill initially planned to have Tucker record "The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA", but she chose "Delta Dawn" – a song Billy Sherrill heard Bette Midler sing on The Tonight Show – instead as her first single while Donna Fargo, the writer of "The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA", released her own version as a single. Released in May 1972, the song became a hit, peaking at number six on the country chart and scraping the bottom of the pop chart. At first, Columbia Records tried to downplay T...

    1979–1984: Sales decline and personal battles

    By the end of the 1970s, her sales were declining – in 1980 she only had two hits, one of them was "Can I See You Tonight?". Also in 1980, she recorded a few singles with Glen Campbell, with whom she was romantically linked. In addition to recording, she also made her feature-film debut in Hard Country, although she did have small roles in Jeremiah Johnson (1972) and the television miniseries The Rebels(1979). She also had begun drinking in her late teens, and she explained how it started: In...

    1986–1997: Comeback

    In 1986, Tucker signed with Capitol Records; she returned to the charts with "One Love at a Time", which climbed to number three. Her career was revitalized with 1986's Girls Like Me, an album that spawned four top-10 country singles. In 1988, she had three number-one country singles: "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love" (with Paul Davis and Paul Overstreet), "If It Don't Come Easy", and "Strong Enough to Bend". Her music was now more country pop-styled and up-tempo, but this material made Tuck...

    Decades after Tucker slipped from the spotlight, musician Brandi Carlilewrote an entire album based on Tucker's life. The Return of Tanya Tucker: Featuring Brandi Carlilewas released in New York and Los Angeles on October 21, 2022, and nationwide on November 4. It was accompanied by the track "Ready As I'll Never Be".

    Tucker appeared as a celebrity judge on Dance Feverin 1979. She published a 1997 autobiography, Nickel Dreams: My Life. She starred in her own reality show, Tuckerville, on TLC in 2005. It ran for two seasons for 18 episodes.The show covers an in-depth visit with Tucker in her home with her family. Tucker continues to perform for the military doing...

    Tucker had a relationship with Glen Campbell in the early 1980s. She also dated Merle Haggard, Andy Gibb, and Don Johnson. She later had a relationship with actor Ben Reed, with whom she had daughter Presley Tanita (born July 5, 1989) and son Beau "Grayson" (born October 2, 1991). Tucker has had an on-again, off-again relationship with Jerry Lasete...

    Cooper, Daniel (1998). "Tanya Tucker". In The Encyclopedia of Country Music. Paul Kingsbury, Editor. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 549–550
    Harris, Stacy (1993). The Best of Country: The Essential CD Guide. CollinsPublishers, San Francisco, pp. 89–90
  5. Changes by Tanya Tucker released in 1983. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

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  6. www.youtube.com › @TanyaTuckerOfficial › videosTanya Tucker - YouTube

    Tanya Tucker. @TanyaTuckerOfficial ‧. 120K subscribers ‧ 86 videos. Edgy. Classic. Country. A defining voice of music and a modern-day legend, 2023 Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee and...

  7. Tanya Denise Tucker. Profile: American country singer born October 10, 1958 in Seminole, Texas. Sites: tanyatucker.com , Wikipedia. In Groups: The Whistling Bishettes. Variations: Viewing All | Tanya Tucker.