Born in West Plains, Missouri in the midst of the Great Depression, Jan Howard was already tossed into a world of hardship, loss, and struggle long before she even knew who she was as a person; persevering was her only option for survival. From growing up without basic needs to her rocky marriages and the loss of two of her sons, Howard details just how she overcame to become one of the most well-known Grand Ladies at the Opry and a legend in her own right.
- Paperback edition
- 500 pages
- Published in 1987
- Available EXCLUSIVELY at the Willie Nelson Museum
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