Today, let’s check out some of Loretta Lynn facts to celebrate the award-winning country singer for her groundbreaking role in the genre and as the undisputed Queen of Country. Lynn has shared so much with her fans within her career ...

There’s no doubt about it – country music icon Loretta Lynn‘s talent has been passed down through generations, and the crowd in Salina, Kansas, got to witness it firsthand. In 2016, Lynn performed in the city at the Stiefel Theatre ...

Since his passing on Saturday, the country music industry is still mourning one of its legends and pillars, Charley Pride. Both up and coming and veteran artists had their way to commemorate the legendary and groundbreaking career of Pride. Country ...

The fearlessness of Loretta Lynn was on full display in her song “Dear Uncle Sam.” Long before she started sending shockwaves through country music with songs such as “Rated’ X'” and “The Pill,” the Coal Miner’s Daughter explored another controversial ...

The popular hymn “When the Roll is Called Up Yonder” is familiar to most American churchgoers. Its origin can be traced back to many decades – 1893 to be exact. Ever since then, there are already over five hundred versions ...

In 1988, something magical happened when Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty released a duet version of the song “Making Believe” and used it as the title track for their final album together. Even though it was not a radio hit ...