Edgy. Classic. Country. From the signature classic songs to the unforgettable sass and soul of her voice, Tanya Tucker has paved a path in country music and beyond through an unprecedented level of success and continues her longevity today due to a natural, undeniable talent. Her style has proven to be timeless ever since she recorded her debut single "Delta Dawn," at age 13. The single earned a Grammy nomination and launched Tucker into the national spotlight. In 1972, she earned the "Top New Female Vocalist" award by the Academy of Country Music. With a wildly growing career at such a young age, the Tucker craze continued with her first number one single, in 1973, "What's Your Mama's Name." As additional hits continued, Tucker added an edgy rock image, which she still embraces, to her musical taste with the album T.N.T, which was released in 1978. With four additional number one charted hits between 1986-1988, Tucker's career, nearly two decades already underway, was proving to be one for the record books. The 1990's gave rise to some of Tucker's most recognizable and career defining songs, "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane" and "It's a Little Too Late." New albums, along with multiple versions of greatest hits and live compilation projects, propelled Tucker to become one of the bestselling female artists in country music. With a 1994 Super Bowl XXVIII halftime appearance, Tucker was a household name to stay. Tucker's latest honor, a special exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville gives visitors the chance to step into Tucker's rich personal life.