As a GRAMMY Hall of Fame Award recipient and certified country star, she is the artist who brought outlaw music to the Top 40 with the chart-topping “I’m Not Lisa” in 1975, which has since been covered by Marianne Faithful, Faith Hill and more. She was the lone woman to appear on the genre-defining Wanted! The Outlaws compilation alongside Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Tompall Glaser – the first country album to go platinum. Her vision and voice have always remained singular, and as No Depression recently said, "When outlaw country royalty speaks, it’s best to listen."