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90s female country stars: Where are they now?

LeAnn Rimes ruled the 90s country music scene
LeAnn Rimes ruled the 90s country music scene
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Dozens of fresh-faced female singers dominated the 90s country music scene. Their empowering lyrics brought a much-needed resurgence to the genre. In 2014, only one of the nearly forty females who ruled the 90s is left with a single climbing the Billboard charts today. What happened to the 90s female country singers? Take a look at what these leading ladies are up to now.

Shania Twain - The best-selling female artist of all time delivered two of country music's most influential albums in the 90s. Now, Shania Twain is searching for a producer for her next record. While fans may have to wait for her next album, they can catch the stunning songstress at Caesar's Palace. Her show, "Still the One" features all of her biggest hits set to a larger than life production.

Lorrie Morgan - The daughter of country music royalty George Morgan, Lorrie Morgan made quite a name for herself in the 90s. Singles such as "Good As I Was To You" and "What Part of No" created a strong connection with fans. Lorrie recently wrapped her popular Christmas show at the Gaylord Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. She continues to tour in support of "Grits and Glamour," a recent record with fellow 90s darling Pam Tillis.

Chely Wright - Her acclaimed album, "Like Me," gave her some of the best reviews of her career. In recent years, Chely also penned a bold autobiography chronicling her life journey. Just last year Chely and wife Lauren became parents to twin boys.

Faith Hill - She racked up more weeks at number one than any other female in the 90s and continued her stride into the 2000s. Faith and husband Tim McGraw now headline their "Soul To Soul" show at the Venetian in Las Vegas. Her single, "American Heart" reached the Billboard country charts in 2013.

Suzy Boggus - The CMA award-winning starlet has released many albums over the years taht capture a wide range of influences. Songs like "Outbound Plane" and "Aces" made her a multi-platinum sensation, but her latest musical endeavor takes her back to a traditional sound. "Lucky," a collection of Merle Haggard tunes hits stores on February 4, 2014.

Terri Clark - She maintains a presence on the touring circuit and regularly keeps fans updated through Twitter. Among her hit records includes her critic-favorite, "No Fear." In 2013, Terri Clark joined country artist Chuck Wicks as an on-air radio personality for "America's Morning Show" on WNSH.

LeAnn Rimes - Her records hit the top of nearly every chart and she became the first country act to every score a Grammy for Best New Artist. In 2013, LeAnn Rimes released, "Spitfire," an album that is hailed as her best work yet. A show-stopping tribute to Patsy Cline left audience members in tears during last year's American Country Awards.

Deana Carter - She scored major awards and back-to-back hits when her debut record, "Did I Shave My Legs For This," catapulted to the top. While she never completely exited the music scene, Deana Carter is ready to emerge back into the spotlight. Her latest record, "A Southern Way of Life," which features songs co-written by Kacey Musgraves, was released in November.

Sara Evans - Her traditional country flare made Sara Evans one of the most promising new acts of the late 90s. Of all of the females who charted in the 90s, Sara Evans is the only artist who currently has a single on the Billboard charts. "Slow Me Down," her seventh album on RCA Records will be released on March 4, 2014