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Wanda Jackson


  1. Wanda Jackson: Wanda Lavonne Jackson is an American singer, songwriter, pianist and guitarist who had success in the mid-1950s and 1960s as one of the first popular female rockabilly singers and a pioneering rock and roll artist. She is known to many as the "Queen of Rockabilly".
    • also known as The Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Lavonne Jackson, Wanda Jean Jackson, The First Lady of Rockabilly
    • born on (78 years ago) in Maud, child of Tom Jackson and Nellie Vera Jackson
    • ethnicity: White American
    • nationality: United States of America
    • religion: Christianity
    • profession: Singer, songwriter, film score composer, musician
    • Marriage with Wendell Goodman since
    • genres: Rockabilly, Country, Gospel music
    • albums: "Tears Will Be the Chaser for the Wine", "Heartache", "Les G Nies du Rock - Let's Have a Party", "Let's Go!", "Right or Wrong / Funnel of Love", "Rockin' in the Country: The Best of Wanda Jackson", "Rockin' With Wanda", "Santo Domingo: Deutschen Aufnahmen", "Vintage Collections Series", "Day Dreamin", "There's a Party Goin' On", "My Testimony", "Two Sides of Wanda", "The Cream of the Crop", "Make Me Feel Like a Child Again", "Wanda Jackson Sings Country Songs", "When It's Time to Fall in Love Again", "Praise the Lord", "Country", "Blues in My Heart", "Country Gospel", "The Happy Side of Wanda", "Closer to Jesus", "I Gotta Sing", "Heart Trouble", "Wanda Jackson Salutes the Country Music Hall of Fame", "Love Me Forever", "Country Keepsakes", "Rockabilly Fever", "My Kind of Gospel", "The Many Moods of Wanda Jackson", "Now I Have Everything", "Wonderful Wanda", "You'll Always Have My Love", "I Wouldn't Want You Any Other Way", "Reckless Love Affair", "A Woman Lives for Love", "Early Wanda Jackson", "Lovin' in Country Style", "Nobody's Darlin", "The Ballads of Wanda Jackson", "Please Help Me I'm Falling", "Leave My Baby Alone", "Let's Have a Party", "Wanda Live! at Third Man Records", "Let's Have a Party in Prague", "Wanda Rocks", "I Remember Elvis", "Unfinished Business", "The Violet and a Rose / To Tell You the Truth"
    • filmography: "Women of Rockabilly: Welcome to the Club"
    • official website:
  2. Wanda Jackson was the wife of Buck Houghton.
  3. Wanda Jackson is the mother of Raymond Cowels III.
  4. Wanda Jackson is the mother of American Football player Justin Jackson.
  5. Wanda Jackson is the mother of American football player Gabe Jackson.

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Google previewCountry Music (2014)

A Biographical Dictionary by Richard Carlin

Wanda Jackson is a country/GOSPEL belter best re- ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Popular Music (2011)

by Colin Larkin

The Wanda Jackson Show: Live And Still Kickin' (DCN 2003), Heart Trouble (CMH 2003), ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Country Music (2012)

Eddie Stubbs Wanda Jackson b. Maud, Oklahoma, October 20, 1937 There have been several women singers, such as BRENDA LEE and even Patti Page, who have crossed easily between country and pop, but to date none has done so with ...

Google previewThe Concise Encyclopedia of American Radio (2010)

by Christopher H. Sterling, Cary O'Dell

Othernotable purveyors ofthenew sound whoalso appeared regularlyon the Jamboreewere the Belew Twins, Wanda Jackson, JohnnyCarroll, and Werly Fairburn. By thelate 1950s, theBigD Jamboree's wayhad become unevenas rock androll ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television (2014)

by Horace Newcomb, Lambdin Kay Distinguished Professor for the Peabody Awards Horace Newcomb

These programs were joined in 1965 by syndicated efforts from Ernest Tubb and Wanda Jackson. In what surely must have been a surreal viewing experience, Richard Nixon performed a piano duet with Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith on the ...

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2014)

Volume 12: Music by Bill C. Malone

The rockabilly club also included Wanda Jackson, Janis Martin (the “Female Elvis”), and Brenda Lee, women whose ROCKABILLY 119.

Google previewContinuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Part 1 Media, Industry, Society (2003)

by John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke

Other artists who recorded regularly below the Capitol Tower were Dean Martin, Wanda Jackson, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Stan Freberg and Yma Sumac. Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Diane Schur and Brian Setzer have subsequently recorded ...

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Well, I didn't really have a plan. I just wanted a hit. (Wanda Jackson)
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