Wanda Jackson, born on October 20, 1937 in Maud, OK, United States, is a pioneering rock and roll singer. She made her debut in 1954 with a country recording and quickly gained recognition as the "Queen Of Rockabilly." With an impressive career spanning from 1956 to 1974, Wanda charted 34 times as a solo artist in the U.S. and U.K., including two top ten country songs. In 2009, she was rightfully inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame for her early influence.
Throughout her career, Wanda Jackson's unique style and powerful vocals captivated audiences worldwide. Her contributions to music have paved the way for other talented artists such as *Janis Martin*, *Carl Perkins*, *Eddie Cochran*, and many more who followed in her footsteps.
With her remarkable talent and undeniable impact on rock and roll history, Wanda Jackson continues to be celebrated as one of the most influential female artists of all time.