Country icon Tanya Tucker comes to Mission

As a defining voice of country music, Tucker has been inspirational to many female artists topping the charts today.

Tanya Tucker is coming to Mission in March of next year.

As a defining voice of country music, Tucker has been inspirational to many female artists topping the charts today.

Thanks to a voice filled with sass and soul, Tucker has paved a path through country music and beyond, achieving incredible longevity.

From the signature classics Delta Dawn and What’s Your Mama’s Name to the top 10 track Can I See You Tonight, Tucker has proven to be timeless.

She has amassed 23 top 40 albums, 56 top 40 singles, 10 #1 Billboard hits, 2 CMA Awards, 2 ACM Awards and 3 CMT Awards.

Tucker’s latest honour, the special exhibit Tanya Tucker: Strong Enough to Bend, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, gave visitors the chance to step into her personal life, chronicled in a never-before-seen way, for fans to get up close and personal with the legend.

Tucker’s Mission show takes place on Saturday, March 25 at the Clarke Theatre (33700 Prentis Ave.) and tickets are $67.50 at all Ticketmaster locations.

 

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