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Kathy Mattea - From The Heart (VHS)

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  1. Mattea’s father worked for Monsanto, in several supervisory positions. But both her grandfathers were coal miners. Mattea’s mother worked for the United Mine Workers before she got married. And both of her parents came from genuine coal towns ” one 10 miles upriver from Cross Lanes, one 10 .
  2. Kathy Mattea, the beloved, Grammy-winning singer of such classics as “18 Wheels and A Dozen Roses,” “Where’ve You Been,” and many other hits says that her new album offered her a “re-education” in singing. That album, COAL is a re-education for the listener as well, a record that reshapes the way we think about music.
  3. Kathy Mattea, Soundtrack: Maverick. Kathy Mattea was born on June 21, in South Charleston, West Virginia, USA as Kathleen Alice Mattea. She has been married to .
  4. Aug 15,  · Mattea, whose No. 1 country hits include "Goin' Gone," "Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses" and "Come From the Heart" knows a lot about peak performances. Her Colorado connection includes many visits to friends in Boulder, the college town southeast of Lyons, and ski trips to Crested Butte, the resort where she and her husband, Grammy-winning.
  5. Kathy Mattea's music video for Hello My Name is Coal, from the album Calling Me Home on Sugar Hill Records Kathy Mattea uploaded a video 7 years ago
  6. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Kathy Mattea - "The Videos" (VHS, ) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  7. Kathy Mattea Mattea was born in Cross Lane, WV, in and received classical voice training starting in junior high, but also took up the guitar when she discovered folk music. In , while in college, she joined the bluegrass band Pennsboro and two years later dropped out of school to move to Nashville.
  8. Hailed by The Washington Post as “one of Nashville’s finest song interpreters,” Kathy Mattea has enjoyed the kind of success many artists only dream of: two GRAMMY wins, four CMA Awards, four #1 country singles, and five gold albums (plus a platinum collection of her greatest hits). The dream almost ended, though, when Mattea entered her 50s and began to find her voice changing.

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