Quiz: Which Female Country Singer Do You Share A Personality With?




There are a few artists who dive into acting and leave crowds pondering internally “they ought to most likely adhere to their normal everyday job”. In any case, for Madonna, through stretching out into acting, this hotshot had the option to discover one more vehicle to shake her staggering scope of abilities. Certainly, a lot of vocalists can say they had a go at acting. However, it isn’t each day that one of the most well-known female artists on the planet is additionally given the Golden Globe for Best Actress, which Madonna did when she won the statuette for her performance as notorious Argentinean First Lady Eva Perón in the 1997 musical Evita. Presently that is the thing that we call a double threat.

Dolly Parton

From the last part of the 1960s to the mid-1970s, Dolly Parton delighted in a cosmic influx of achievement in the country music industry. Furthermore, later, into the 1980s, Parton revaluated herself by easily progressing into the popular music world for a more standard crowd. However then, Parton chose she needed to rehash herself by and by.

With expectations of further extending her crowd, Parton gave acting a shot. It began with a TV theatrical presentation called Dolly!, which finished after one season. Parton at last handled her first film job in the hit comedy film 9 to 5, followed later by a job in Steel Magnolias. From that point
“I was born very far from where I’m supposed to be, and so I’m on my way home.”
Bob Dylan,

“I am running and singing and when it’s raining I’m the only one left on the open street, smiling with my eyes fixed on the sky because it’s cleaning me. I’m the one on the other side of the party, hearing laughter and the emptying of bottles while I peacefully make my way to the river, a lonely road, following the smell of the ocean. I’m the one waking up at 4am to witness the sunrise, where the sky touches the sea, and I hold my elbows, grasping tight to whatever I’ve made of myself.”
Charlotte Eriksson,

“It all takes time and lessons and places, but I’m learning to listen to my restless heart, telling me to “go, go, go!”
Charlotte Eriksson,

“A singer who refused to sing, a friend who wasn’t her friend, someone who was hers and yet would never be hers.
Marie Rutkoski,

“I didn’t do music to live; I lived so that I could do music.”
Charlotte Eriksson,

“Am I making something worth while?
Charlotte Eriksson,

“No man sings as beautifully as when his song is accompanied by a woman’s voice.”
Roman Payne

“This world can be quite wonderful once you let yourself be a part of it. It’s on your side, you know?”
Charlotte Eriksson,

“YOLO = you only live once – *warning not to be over used*”

“It’s called ”being an artist” for a reason; it’s something YOU ARE. It’s how you live. It’s WHO you are. How you spend your life and what you leave behind.”
Charlotte Eriksson

“Anyway, she sings like a mad tropical bird, and it’s just a fondue of molten wanting and grieving and the sadness of the large naked swinging breasts and soft olive skin and everything that you wish you could remember and feel and know.”
Nicholson Baker,

“I care so much about making things that are useful for people to have and listen to, but I don’t care so much that I won’t do whatever the hell I want. It’s just one of those things.”
Regina Spektor

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  • Question of

    Pick a color!

    • Yellow
    • Purple
    • Pink
  • Question of

    Which of the following is most important to you?

    • Honor
    • Family
    • Love
  • Question of

    What class did you enjoy taking most in school?

    • History
    • Literature
    • Art
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    Your favorite dessert is _____.

    • Cupcakes
    • Apple pie
    • Beignets
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    You would consider yourself to be the most _____ person in your friend group.

    • strong
    • loving
    • protective
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    Your friends would be most likely to accuse you of _____.

    • being a workaholic
    • being a goody-goody
    • being a neat freak
  • Question of

    How do you like to listen to music?

    • iPod or Phone with headphones on
    • Blasting on a surround sound system
    • Turn table / record player
  • Question of

    Would you rather go hear music played live or listen at home?

    • Sometimes I like concerts but sometimes I like staying home.
    • Live is always better. It enhances the experience.
    • I prefer my headphones and total solitude, thanks.
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    When do you usually listen to music?

    • When it’s time to party or I’m in a good mood.
    • When I am in a creative mood or need a boost of energy.
    • Whenever I want to escape life’s stresses or reflect.
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    When you first heard your favorite song, you:

    • Thought that the artist was an understated genius.
    • Had one of the best days of my life.
    • Cried.
  • Question of

    How important are the lyrics to you?

    • Not important, I focus on the high energy of the song.
    • It all depends, but the music is always important.
    • The lyrics are everything.
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    If you could live anywhere, you’d move to _____.

    • New Orleans
    • Atlanta
    • Nashville
  • Question of

    You most dislike _____.

    • heights
    • cruelty
    • deception
  • Question of

    Describe your style in one word.

    • Exotic
    • Casual
    • Glamorous
  • Question of

    What does love mean to you?

    • Love is healing
    • Love is family
    • Love is having it all

Which Genre of Music Completely Matches Your True Personality?

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