bothkindsofmusic:

You think we’re gettin’ close to the end of our International Women’s Day tie-in to the Women of Country Music that so far is limited to the United States? Only halfway through suckas! 

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centuriespast:

 A Study
Artist: Champney, James Wells
Object Date: 1900
Medium: Photogravure on paper
Samek Art Gallery

centuriespast:

 A Study

Artist: Champney, James Wells

Object Date: 1900

Medium: Photogravure on paper

Samek Art Gallery

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bothkindsofmusic:

You’d think I’d post all these outstanding images over the course of several months. But you know what, there’s a point to be made here.

International Women’s Day calls for an equal recognition in the arts so I’m just doing my part to showcase these women in country music who broke barriers, sang about real issues and made a name for themselves as well as those who continue to blaze trails.

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bothkindsofmusic:

I could go at least two more posts and I largely neglected the 80s and 90s, but that’s par for the course at Both Kinds of Music. 

These 50+ female artists I posted today in tandem with International Women’s Day represent the best women in country music - those who have done so much for the genre with their unique voices and dedication to their craft.

Thanks ladies!

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bryant:

alexis ren by bryant eslava 
tumblr // instagram
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theniftyfifties:

Jean Patchett photographed by Stephen Colhoun for Mademoiselle, June 1951.
high resolution →

theniftyfifties:

Jean Patchett photographed by Stephen Colhoun for Mademoiselle, June 1951.

(Source: myvintagevogue)

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Richard Bram.

Transfigurations

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