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Joy Lynn White

Mat Snow, MOJO, December 1994

AT A TIME WHEN X-CHROMOSOME COUNTRY has never resided further from the factory floor, honky-tonk and dreamed-of mansion on the hill, Joy Lynn White sings old-fashioned songs the old-fashioned way, with guts, passion and a manifest self-belief that has you believing too. She's the fieriest spitfire to hit the distaff side of Nashville since Reba McEntire.

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