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Galveston Texas native Tanya Nolan takes centerstage with the single “Good Woman.” Nolan comes from the standpoint of a woman totally invested in a relationship who realizes that her supposed soulmate is not all in. Nolan also knows her worth, which explains the song’s title. The struggle Nolan outlines in “Good Woman” pits the physical excitement the man makes her feel against the knowledge that he’s just not that into her. The song is a bluesy, soulful statement of independence that would fit right in with athematic assertions of female self-worth that were a staple in R&B radio in the 1970s. Check out “Good Woman.”