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is a country music singer, philanthropist and songwriter belonging to Butcher Hollow, Kentucky. Lynn was born to a coal miner and got married at the age of 13. Her relationship with her husband was her initial source of inspiration for the music. At the age of 24, she was gifted a guitar by her husband which she self-taught herself. That was the beginning of her musical career. She became a part of Nashville music industry during 60’s. In 1967 Lynn’s single charted for the first time. That was her very first mainstream success.
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formed a band by the name “The Trailblazers” after singing for a few years at local pubs. The band also had her brother Jay Lee Webb . Lynn’s first recording session was held by the president of “Zero Records” where she recorded her first singles that included “Whispering Sea” and “I’m a Honky Tonk Girl”. With a little support from the Zero Records, gradually Lynn became one of the greatest country music names ever.
By the end of 1960, Loretta Lynn
was ranked at #4 in the list of “Most Promising Country Music Artist” by Billboard Magazine . During early 60’s Lynn’s music was of honky tonk and her singles kept peaking various charts for a decade. In 1964 Lynn released a duet album with her personal favorite singer Ernest Tubb . The single from the album named “Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be” charted Top 15. While her duet album was a success, during 1965, her solo tracks “Blue Kentucky Girl”, “The Home You’re Tearing Down” and “Happy Birthday” were grand hits.Loretta Lynn
became the very first country music female singer-songwriter to have her personally written song make it to #1 at the Cash Box . In 1977 Lynn released a tribute album by the name “Tribute” in 1977 for country music legend Patsy Cline who had died in 1963 in an airplane crash. Lynn remained in the Top Ten’s till 80’s. During 1978, Lynn released her solo song by the name “Out of My Head and Back into My Bed” which was a #1 hit. During 1979, two of her tracks “I’ve Got a Picture of Us In My Mind” and “I Can’t Feel You Anymore” made it to Top 5 chart.Loretta Lynn
was included in the “Country Music Hall of Fame” in 1988. In 1993 Lynn collaborated with Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton and released an album “Honky Tonk Angels”. The CD made it to Billboard Country charts at #6. More than 800,000 copies of the album were sold and it was Gold certified in United States.
After the passing of her husband in 1996, Loretta Lynn
took a break from the music. In 2000, she returned with a new album “Still Country” in which she included a tribute song for her husband titled “I Can’t Hear the Music”. Her album from 2004 named “Van Lear Rose”, written entirely by Lynn herself, was a massive hit and was voted by Rolling Stone as the 2 nd best album of the year. 2010 saw the release of another of her album, named after her own nickname “Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn”. The album stars famous female artists such as Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire and Paramore . The most famous track from the album is “Coal Miner’s Daughter”, in collaboration with Sheryl Crow and Miranda Lamberts .Loretta Lynn
has won various awards and honors till date. 70 albums have been released by her till date, including 10 of them #1. She has one numerous Grammy Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, American Music Awards and Broadcast Music Incorporated Awards . She was also presented with a star on “Hollywood Walk of Fame” in 1977. She was also enshrined in the “Songwriters Hall of Fame” in 2008. If you wish to attend the live concert by this legendary singer, don’t forget to book your Loretta Lynn tickets
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