Lynn Anderson has long been one of the legendary ladies of country music, right up there with Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton. Her signature tune, "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden", is one of the biggest selling recordings in country music history. Anderson has won virtually every award available to a recording artist, including: CMA Female Vocalist, ACM Female Vocalist (twice), American Music Award, and a Grammy. She has racked up 8 Number One records, 18 Top Tens and over 50 in the Top 40. Lynn Anderson's records have sold in the multi-millions worldwide.
Lynn Anderson's album, "Cowgirl," did not disappoint. The CD has received rave reviews from "Cowboys & Indians" Magazine, as well as countless other western publications. "Cowgirl" swept the Western Music Awards and American Western Association Awards in 2007. She also won the Western Heritage Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2008. Although Lynn Anderson was a staple in mainstream country music for many years, her first attempt at an all western genre CD could not have produced a more well received and enjoyable product. Her follow-up album, Cowgirl II, has been equally well received.