By now, I’m sure that as country music fans, we all know that Loretta Lynn has had a very challenging few months already. Although, news on her recovery and rehabilitation have been sparse, we have been assured that she has been doing well. Though, just to make sure that she will be, she has also cancelled her upcoming shows and even postponed the release of her new album, Wouldn’t it Be Great.
“Thank you so much for all of your prayers, love, and support,” Lynn wrote. “I’m happy to say that I’m at home with my family and getting better by the day!”
Despite all these, we can see how much of a fighter Loretta has been and we couldn’t be more excited because there is still one big event that will take place as scheduled. And that is the opening of her exhibit at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Starting August 5th, we can start visiting the exhibit and even go back as many times as we wish to since it’s set until August 2018.
As any exhibits, they will be featuring a wide variety of artifacts that showcases the important milestones of Lynn’s career. One of the highlights includes the original manuscript for her song “Coal Miner’s Daughter” and the microphone she used for her first recording session.
We all know too that this is a monumental occasion so Lynn personally reached out to her fans by inviting them to come visit her exhibit. In an interview with Nash Country Daily, she shared her excitement for the exhibit’s grand opening:
“I am so excited for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s exhibit to open this month. It’s gonna show off my 50-some-odd years in country music, and I’m so proud to share my life and music with the museum. Y’all come see us.“
We really hope that you can find time to see it and personally witness her career milestone. Also, we are very happy to hear from you again, Loretta! You are always in our prayers and get well soon.
Here’s a video of Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson. Enjoy!