Tammy Wynette is known today as "The First Lady Of Country Music." Her captivating voice and inspiring songwriting has led her to become one of the most iconic figures in Country music. In 1966, Tammy Wynette released her debut single, "Apartment #9," which marked the beginning of a remarkable career. Her breakthrough came with the timeless hit "Stand by Your Man" in 1968, which not only topped the Country charts but also became an anthem for women across the nation. Over the course of her career, Tammy Wynette recorded numerous chart-topping hits, including "D-I-V-O-R-C-E," "I Don't Wanna Play House," "Golden Ring" (a duet with George Jones, her third husband), and "Til I Can Make It on My Own." Tammy Wynette received three GRAMMY Awards and was inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1998, shortly before her untimely passing.