As Mindy McCready's fans are turning up her greatest hits in light of her apparent suicide, her peers in the industry are honoring her memory on Twitter.
Two "American Idol" alums, Carrie Underwood and Clay Aiken, have recalled the inspiration McCready gave them through her music.
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While her personal life overshadowed her career in recent years, Mindy McCready's entry into the business left behind some durable hits.
After moving to Nashville at 18, McCready became the next country star in the making with her 1996 debut album, "Ten Thousand Angels." The disc went double-platinum and spawned three top 10 country songs, including the No. 1 single "Guys Do It All The Time":
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