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Top 10 girl groups

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    Seth Wenig - 2007 AP file photo
    The Ronettes, from left, Estelle Bennett, Ronnie Spector and Nedra Talley
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    Rebecca Latimer - 2008 AP file photo
    The Pointer Sisters
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    - 1970 AP file photo
    The Supremes, from left, Cindy Birdsong, Mary Wilson and Diana Ross
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    - 2002 file photo
    The Dickie Chicks, from left, Emily Robison, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire

March is Women’s History Month, and the theme this year is “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment.” The National Women’s History Project website ( www.nwhp.org) notes dates of interest in women’s history in the U.S.

Women have made an impact in many facets of American life and culture. Music is no small part of everyday life in the U.S.

So take a look at what the online universe thinks are the Top 10 “best girl groups” – since Martha Dandridge Custis Washington played the spinet for parties she hosted with husband George.

1. The Supremes

2. The Pointer Sisters

3. Dixie Chicks

4. The Shirelles

5. The Go Gos

6. Destiny’s Child

7. Ronettes

8. Spice Girls

9. Martha and the Vandellas

10. The Bangles

Culturalist.com is the social network where users shape, share and debate their opinions about anything and everything through Top 10 lists. The aggregate presented reflects the consensus results of individual lists provided by participants.
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