Sunshine and Shadow

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Richardson & Steirman, 1987 - Music - 490 pages
This autobiography of country singer Jan Howard, a regular on Grand Ole Opry, reveals how a woman, born into poverty in Birch Tree, Missouri, and whose early childhood memories included being hungry and without clothes, could succeed

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Howard survived much hardship before becoming a popular country music singer. Her family was terribly poor, and she was ill prepared for the bad marriage that she entered at age 15. The marriage ended ... Read full review

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