Hey indie rockers, if you grow tired of the twee high-pitched yodeling so popular with your lady singers, you should cut your teeth on some stone country grit. We know, some of the women of today’s pop country — like their male counterparts — come across as plastic robots off an assembly line. But get to know country’s roots, and you will encounter a legacy of loud, unstoppable women. The Country Music Hall of Fame offers the perfect introduction to this dynasty of dames in its free screening of CMT’s 40 Greatest Women of Country Music. With interviews from a range of music stars, the 2002 special unveils the reigning queens of country. From Reba McEntire to Dolly Parton, these women deliver on rhinestones, big hair and even bigger voices.