In 1970, Loretta Lynn released her song that went on to become her signature piece. Called “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” the tune tells the tale of her life growing up in “Butcher Holler.” She sings about her father and how he worked hard in a nearby coal mine, making her a “coal miner’s daughter.” Over the […] More
Over Labor Day weekend, Loretta Lynn was scheduled to perform at her ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. But after taking a fall just prior to the show, Lynn cancelled that performance along with the rest of her engagements for the month of September. Lynn’s injuries were not serious, but she did have to undergo minor […] More
Loretta Lynn proved once again that she is a legend. She delivered one of the best covers we’ve ever seen and now we can’t stop watching it. On the Wilburn Brothers Show a few decades ago, Loretta Lynn stopped by to sing an iconic Hank Williams tune and hit it out of the park. Singing “Your Cheatin’ Heart”, Lynn […] More
Loretta Lynn has kept quiet since she experienced a minor fall prior to Labor Day weekend. She was scheduled to perform at festivities at her ranch that weekend, but revealed she was unable to as a result of her injuries. On September 7, Lynn’s team announced on her website that a doctor had ordered her […] More
The Queen of Country Loretta Lynn’s cousin is following in her footsteps by chasing Nashville dreams and from the sound of it, the apple doesn’t stray too far from the family tree…
The undisputed Queen of Country, Loretta Lynn has had quite the career for almost 60 years…
During an entire weekend dedicated to ‘Remembering Conway’, his son and beloved duetting partner took to the stage at her ranch to give him a beautiful tribute.
For more than 20 years, fans were able to tune in and watch hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark break out in hilarious sketches, strum a little ditty, and welcome famous country music performers to their stage for one-of-a-kind performances. Many of the talented performers to grace television screens across America went on to become massively […] More