Trisha Yearwood Gets Real About Women in Country Music

Trisha Yearwood is not the only woman who has noticed how few women are played on country radio, but she is one of the few who will address the situation head-on. It has been almost 3 years since a woman hit No. 1 on Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart. As a duo, Maddie & Tae hit … Read more

Country Music Game-Changer: Dolly Parton

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  What could possibly be added to the Dolly Parton conversation? Her legacy is iconic. She’s branded herself far beyond the scope of music, into fashion, … Read more

Country Music Game-Changer: Reba

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  Reba goes by one name, and there’s a reason for that: the trailblazing things Reba has done for females in country music is admirable and undeniable. … Read more

Honor Your Country Roots: Fiercest Country Music Albums of All-Time

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  Country music may have a reputation for cheating songs, but history has proven that it is also fertile ground for strong female singers and their … Read more

Write it Down: The Women Behind Country Music’s Biggest Hits

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  From Loretta Lynn to Emmylou Harris, country music has a long history of female songwriters telling tales of love, life and loss. The songwriting scene … Read more

Blake Shelton Speaks Out About Women in Country Music

Speaking as a coach on “The Voice” and Miranda Lambert’s husband, Blake Shelton spoke for the HeForShe movement and what it’s like for women in country music. Blake spoke about Miranda’s nomination for ACM Entertainer of the Year and how country music is a male-dominated business. Of course, Blake’s done his part for up-and-coming female … Read more

Country Music Game-Changer: Kacey Musgraves

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  Kacey Musgraves is a modern-day traditionalist who delivered a ground-breaking album with her gold-selling Same Trailer Different Park, ultimately going on to win Best Country Album … Read more

Underwood, Lambert, Musgraves, Clark: Today’s Female Version of the Highwaymen

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  Anything boys can do, girls can do better. Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson are four of the most prolific country stars … Read more

Country Music Game-Changer: Loretta Lynn

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  Loretta Lynn, for being a coal miner’s daughter from deep in the heart of  Kentucky sure did rustle some feathers in her heyday. “Rated X,” “The … Read more

9 Best Live Performances from Women in Country Music

There’s something about live performances of your favorite songs that just bring them to life. It’s no surprise that a tradition of strong female country singers has a tradition of strong live performances. We’ve scoured the Internet for the best and most emotional performances of some of the greatest female country artists. So sit back, … Read more

Country Music Game-Changer: Kitty Wells

Eight Second Angel boots is proud to honor the roots of country music and the hard-working, independent women who played a part in making country music what it is today.  Kitty Wells, a Nashville-native (a rarity, if you’d believe that), was the first female to ever have a No. 1 hit on Billboard. She did it … Read more