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Can we do away with the unencyclopedic/fansite tone? Here are but a few examples:
"All looked up when she was signed with RCA records, but she was subsequently dropped from the label after a management shakeup. Meanwhile, her friend, McGraw, was having modest success on country radio, and she watched as his stardom began to take off."
"Her boldness caught the attention of Curb Records..."
"...but a number of poor business decisions nearly sank her career, placing her on the edge of bankruptcy. It eventually went gold, even though it only hit No. 23 on the "Top Country Albums" chart that year."
"...her engagement to road manager Don Muzquiz was broken. The setback didn't hold Messina down. She attributed to her faith and family her will to keep going. And that's exactly what she did, she kept going."