Lorrie Morgan's life has been busy and dramatic.
I have been a daughter, a bride, a mother, a divorcee, a single parent and am now a grandmother, according to her publicity material. I'm a musician. I've been the breadwinner and I like to hunt. Ultimately, I'm a survivor. It seems, in many ways, that I am a living, breathing country song, and I know what I sing.
Unlike the title of her 1988 single, Morgan does not seem to be a trainwreck of emotion.
Morgan, 52, will perform Sunday night at the Aberdeen Civic Arena in the annual concert presented by the Aberdeen Fraternal Order of Police.
The show, which begins at 7 p.m., will be opened by comedian Kermet Apio.
Morgan has had three No. 1 hits - Five Minutes in 1990, What Part of No in 1992 and I Didn't Know My Own Strength in 1995.
Her other major hits include Watch Me, We Both Walk, Out of Your Shoes and Go Away. She was the first female country artist to have three platinum albums in a row.
During her career, Morgan has enjoyed a range of experiences. She has appeared on The Tonight Show with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. She has sung duets with Andy Williams, Johnny Mathis and Frank Sinatra.
She starred in a TV movie, A Stranger Beside Me, on ABC.
She's written an autobiography, Forever Yours, Faithfully, which came out in 1997.
She's been interviewed by Barbara Walters and appeared in ads for Wrangler Jeans, Ebel Watches and Dr. Pepper. Last year, Morgan appeared on Broadway in the show Pure Country.
Among her other accomplishments, she performed at the Brown County Fair in 1990.
Between marriages, she dated football player Troy Aikman and politician Fred Thompson.
In 2008, Morgan filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. She lives in Hendersonville, Tenn.
Everyone who's known the singer would probably agree with her 1998 song, I'm Not That Easy to Forget.
Apio is a native of Honolulu who now lives in Seattle. He was the 2009 winner of the Great American Comedy Festival in Norfolk, Neb.
According to his biography, his act is clean, clever and autobiographical and covers a range of personal topics like his home state of Hawaii, his name, his age and his family.
Apio, who has performed in 47 states and three Canadian provinces, is married and a proud father of two. His biography points out that in 1988, he was named Dishwasher of the Month at the Seattle-Tacoma Airport Denny's.
What: Concert presented by Aberdeen Fraternal Order of Police
When: 7 p.m. Sunday.
Where: Aberdeen Civic Arena.
Tickets: Admission is $30. Tickets will be available at the door.
In advance: Tickets are available at Engel Music Supply, 209 S. Main St.