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In television appearances and an autobiography, she cited among her reasons for publicizing her homosexuality a concern with bullying and hate crimes toward gays, particularly gay teenagers, and the damage to her life caused by "lying and hiding".
She has written songs that have been recorded by Brad Paisley, Richard Marx, Indigo Girls, Mindy Smith and Clay Walker, among them Walker's top ten hit, "I Can't Sleep" that won her a BMI award.
As of May 2010, Wright's previous eight albums and 19 singles released had sold over 1,500,000 copies in the United States.
In May 2010, Wright became one of the first major country music performers to publicly come out as lesbian.
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Overall, Wright has released seven studio albums on various labels, and has charted more than fifteen singles on the country charts.
In 1999, her fourth album, Single White Female, produced several hit songs and her first gold album certification.
In 2000, while touring with singer Brad Paisley, Wright and Paisley cowrote the duet "Hard to Be a Husband, Hard to Be a Wife", which they performed in their joint shows and at the Grand Ole Opry's 75th anniversary, televised by CBS.
Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Wright grew up in a musical family in Wellsville, Kansas, a town with a population of less than 2,000.
According to her autobiography, Like Me, she wanted to be a country music performer since the age of four, and realized at age eight that she was gay.
She is known for her work on Max Keeble's Big Move (2001), Vennad ja õed (2006) and Wish Me Away (2011).