Country music legends Tammy Wynette and Marty Robbins are the subjects of the next DVDs to be released via Shout! Factory and the Country Music Hall Of Fame® And Museum Archive Series. The performances featured on Tammy Wynette: Legendary Performances and Marty Robbins: Legendary Performances capture these iconic artists in the prime of their careers, and until now have been in the care of the Country Music Hall Of Fame® and Museum.

Tammy Wynette, otherwise known as “The First Lady of Country Music,” is one of the genre’s most celebrated and influential artists. Throughout the late 1960s and ’70s, Wynette reigned supreme on the country charts and celebrated 20 #1 hits. Born Virginia Wynette Pugh, Wynette’s career began in 1965 when she started performing live regionally, eventually making some appearances with Porter Wagoner. A single mother of three, she moved to Nashville and signed with Epic Records in 1966, changed her name, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Marty Robbins: Legendary Performances is a collection of performances from one of the most eclectic country artists of all time. The Grand Ole Opry member, nicknamed “Mr. Teardrop,” combined country with pop, rock ‘n’ roll, R&B, western ballads and more, and had nearly 100 charting singles, including 16 #1 country hits (12 of which he wrote himself) and seven Top 20 pop hits.