One of America's most beautiful voices in country music has been serenading us for nearly two decades...
Making her initial debut in 1997 with Three Chords And The Truth, Sara Evans' career took off like a rocket with critics raving about her unique sound.
James Chrispell calls Evans "an up-to-date version of Patsy Cline," while Brian Wahlert cheers the singer, saying that her songs are "pure, straight-ahead country."
Since the release of that album, this top-notch songstress has issued five No. 1 singles, five Top Ten albums, and sold millions of records worldwide.
Beginning with her debut, Evans began accumulating a treasure trove of accolades and awards, including Top Female Vocalist, Female Vocalist of the Year, and Best Country New Artist Video of the Year.
All-in-all, Sara Evans has become a natural-born leader in country music!
Below, are several videos of her highest-ranked singles from Billboard's U.S. Country chart!
"Suds In The Bucket" - 2004
This tune written by famed singer/songwriter, Billy Montana, was Evans' third No. 1 single and became certified Gold by the RIAA just months after it was released. It also appeared in a version of the video game series Rock Band.
"A Real Fine Place To Start" - 2005
The title track and lead single of Evans' 2005 studio album, this song was originally recorded by Radney Foster for his album, Another Way To Go, just three years prior. Staying at the No. 1 chart position for two weeks, this up-tempo country jam became one of the years' biggest songs.
"A Little Bit Stronger" - 2010
Her first single to be certified Platinum by the RIAA, the song talks of overcoming heartbreak through constant reminders of the singer's former lover and coping with the pain before becoming "a little bit stronger."