Western Women We Love

Miranda Lambert

miranda-lambert_honky-tonk_country-music_pistol-annies_hell-on-heelsMiranda Lambert, the latest honky-tonk angel to rock the white man’s Blues, has eyes that haunt you with a stare too old for her age (she’s 28).

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Gretchen Wilson

gretchen-wilson_outlaw-anthems_extreme-muzik-tour_redneck-womenAt the end of a perfect road trip would be a honky-tonk saloon pouring 50-cent drafts, a jukebox filled with 45s and Gretchen Wilson singing her outlaw anthems.

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Viva Outlaw Women

viva_outlaw_women_jane-russellLong before Raquel Welch graced the big screen in nothing but a Mexican poncho, gun belt and Colt .45 in Hannie Caulder, America and the Westerns-loving world fell in love with the original Lady Outlaw, Jane Russell.

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Olivia Wilde

viva-outlaw-women_olivia-wilde_cowboys-aliens_houseOlivia Wilde is America’s newest outlaw lady as the mysterious Ella in the Sci-Fi Western Cowboys & Aliens.

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"Fight of My Life"

jun09_women_we_love_250“Wink” Crigler grew up as a true child of the Old West-a granddaughter of pioneer ranchers in northeastern Arizona, she learned to ride a horse and respect the land on her father’s White Mountain ranch.

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