At the age of 13, the moody maturity on Tanya Tucker's bluegrass gospel version of "Delta Dawn" is rather breathtaking – as is her blockbuster success so early in her teenage years. Signed to Columbia Records by legendary producer Billy Sherill, her debut garnered her a Grammy nomination and critical acclaim. But unlike other child sensations, her career only blossomed from there, and she went on to be one of the only women to claim "outlaw" status alongside Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. "What makes a great song is [that] it transcends time," she told Larry King Live on "Delta Dawn." "I think that that song, if I play it today, it'll be a hit record today." Indeed.