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The Highwomen

Loretta Lynn (left) and Vince Gill perform together in 2004. Writer Marissa Moss cites Lynn as an example of a progressive thinker in country music. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Like Country Music, For The Uninitiated

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The Highwomens' self-titled album is out now via Elektra Records. Alysse Gafkjen/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Country's New Supergroup 'The Highwomen' Unite To Make Way For Unsung Female Artists

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British R&B singer Mahalia. Her debut full-length Love and Compromise is on our shortlist for the best new albums out on Sep. 6. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: Our Top 8 Albums Out Sep. 6

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The Fort Stage during the Newport Folk Festival, 2018 at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island. Douglas Mason/Getty Images hide caption

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Newport Folk Festival Preview 2019

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