She made music history by becoming the Official Music Always Take Notes 2020 Shirt first middle-aged woman to rise to a star in Nashville. Oslin was 45 when she achieved great success with her song “80’s Ladies” in 1987. The song made her the first female songwriter in history to win the CMA’s Song of the Year Award. She was the CMA Female Vocalist of the Year in 1988.
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During her career, she has also won four Country Music Academy titles, as well as three Grammy Awards. In 2014, she was inducted into the Texas Writers’ Hall of Fame. She was in the Official Music Always Take Notes 2020 Shirt Nashville Writers’ Hall of Fame in 2018. She was born Kay Toinette Oslin in Crossett, Arkansas on May 15, 1942. She grew up in Houston, Texas. Oslin sang folk music in a trio with Guy Clark (1941-2016) as a child in her hometown.
After co-starring with Rudy Vallee in the film How to Succeed in Business Without Really Try, she auditioned for the sugar company of the musical Hello Dolly! in 1966. She toured with star Carol Channing until the show returned to New York, and stayed with the broadway musical starring Betty Grable.
Settled in Manhattan, Oslin later appeared in Promises, Promises, in the lincoln center revival of West Side Story, and in lesser-known musicals such as Vincent Price Darling’s car of the Official Music Always Take Notes 2020 Shirt Day. Oslin has also performed in TELEVISION ads for cleaning products, denture adhesives, soft drinks, and other products.
During long auditions at the stage, Oslin began writing songs in her New York apartment. SESAC CEO C. Dianne Petty (1946-2007) thought they sounded “country” and started shopping them around Nashville. Oslin began making trips to the City of Music, performing introductions and backup vocals on the LP record titled 1978 by his old friend Guy Clark. “Hey, Bobby” and “This Woman” continued her top 10 status in 1989. In 1990, her singles “Did not Expect It To Go Down This Way” and “Two Hearts” were followed by her fifth chart-topped song, “Come Next Monday.” Her other six videos show her dramatic abilities as well as her funny moment.