The New Book, “Country Music Hair,” Covers Mullets, Beehives and Everything Inbetween


How would I know?

Well, I wrote it.

My first book, “Country Music Hair,” is out now and I hope you enjoy it. It looks at the evolution of hairstyles in our favorite genre from the 1960s to today. As a country fan, I think it’s fair to say that we identify with far more than just the music of our favorite stars. We identify with their personas and hair is a big part of that. Can you imagine Reba without the red hair? Or Billy Ray Cyrus without the mullet? Hair becomes an important piece of an artist’s image that we emulate and envy.

You see Dolly Parton across the decades and the precursor to Willie Nelson‘s signature look.

There are major moments, like when Faith Hill cut her hair in the 1990s.

And most recently Jake Owen’s clean cut look.

There’s also behind-the-scenes stories from the stylists to the stars who talk about how they created the looks of Tammy Wynette, Reba McEntire, Faith Hill, Martina McBride and more.

Buy a copy here.

Erin Duvall
Erin has more than decade of experience writing about country music. She's written for publications such as Rolling Stone Country, AOL's The Boot and Country Weekly magazine. Erin has a BBA in Music Business from Nashville's Belmont University and a Masters in Film and Creative Media from Music City's Lipscomb University. She is the author of 'Country Music Hair' (Buy it : Contact her at [email protected]