Tammy Graham - Tammy Graham album download
|A1||Let The Girl Be Herself|
|A2||When The Blues And My Baby Collide|
|A3||Better Men Have Tried|
|A5||Dancin' With Elvis|
|B1||Tell Me Again|
|B2||A Dozen Red Roses|
|B3||More About Love|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 078221884242
|07822-18817-2||Tammy Graham||Tammy Graham (CD, Album)||Career Records||07822-18817-2||US||1996|
|07822 18842 2||Tammy Graham||Tammy Graham (CD, Album)||Career Records||07822 18842 2||Europe||1997|
|07822-18842-2||Tammy Graham||Tammy Graham (CD, Album)||Career Records , Arista||07822-18842-2||US||1997|
Tammy Graham is the only album released by American country music artist Tammy Graham. It was released on April 29, 1997 via Career Records, a division of Arista Nashville. The album produced the singles "Tell Me Again", "A Dozen Red Roses" and "Cool Water". Jeffrey B. Remz of Country Standard Time compared her vocals to those of Wynonna Judd and Trisha Yearwood, but said that besides "Cool Water," the album was "middle of the road
Most entertainers move to Las Vegas as their career is winding down, but Tammy Graham did the opposite. She used the Vegas clubs as a launching pad for her career as a contemporary country vocalist, releasin. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Tammy Graham - Better Men Have Tried ( + lyrics 1997). Tammy Graham on Prime Time Country TV Show. Graham was born in Little Rock, Arkansas By age fourteen, Graham began billing herself as "Little Miss Jerry Lee Lewis". She had also formed a backing band, with whom she toured in both Nashville and Las Vegas; although she recorded several demos while in Nashville, she did not attract the attention of any record labels at the time
Tammy Wynette Graham (born February 7, 1968) is an American country music artist. Active as a singer and self-taught pianist since childhood, she first gained attention in her hometown before moving to Las Vegas and subsequently to Nashville, where she was signed to a recording contract with a division of Arista Nashville in 1997, releasing a studio album and charting three singles on the Billboard country music charts that year, including the No. 37-peaking "A Dozen Red Roses".
Graham and Tammy Boutwell's first recording project . Here is what people are saying about Graham and Tammy's new CD. I keep it in my car and listen to it when i'm out and about. Great songs! Good CD! I was trying to figure out how to get one and Danny solved my problem. Very professional! Neat Graham quartet!" See All.