They say that no parent should ever have to endure the pain of burying their child – but country legend Loretta Lynn has buried two. “There’s no pain like it,” she said. While it’s been thirty-eight years since her eldest ...

In 2016, Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson teamed up for the first time in three decades with “Lay Me Down.” The song comes off Lynn’s album, Full Circle, in which she made history. Full Circle became Lynn’s highest-charting album of ...

Loretta Lynn’s “How Great Thou Art” is honestly one of the most timeless and mesmerizing renditions of the song that will take you to gospel music heaven. And despite not being released as a single, her cover garnered attention and ...

In 1966, Loretta Lynn released the biggest hit of her career to this point, “You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man).” It was produced by none other than the pioneer of the Nashville recording industry, the legendary Owen Bradley, ...

Can you imagine other artists singing Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn’s “Lead Me On?” Well, it looks like George Strait and Martina McBride did a great job! In 2019, thousands of fans gathered in Nashville for an hours-long birthday celebration ...

The Webb family, a poor coal-mining family in Kentucky, may not have the wealths of the earth, but they were surely gifted with something that money can never buy: TALENT. In fact, out of the eight children of the family, ...

Tre Twitty and Tayla Lynn, grandkids of the famous vocal duo Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, sang their own rendition of “You’re The Reason Our Kids Are Ugly” in a private concert for employees of CJ1150, a Southeast Saskatchewan’s country ...

Tanya Tucker was only 13 years old when she made her debut in 1972 with the song “Delta Dawn”. And her age was not the only impressive part about her. Tanya, with her powerful and raspy voice, blew people away, ...

Loretta Lynn blessed us with an amazing cover of Hank Williams’ classic country hit (and standard) “Your Cheatin’ Heart” as she performed it live in an episode of The Wilburn Brothers Show. Don Helms, a steel guitarist best known for ...

Loretta Lynn offered a heart wrenching tribute to her mentor and friend Patsy Cline through what she knows best – a song titled “This Haunted House.” This was included as the 11th track in Loretta’s chart-topping second studio album, Before I’m ...

Growing up in the wings of theaters across the country, watching their legendary mother sing, twins Peggy and Patsy Lynn were no strangers to great fortune within the music industry – but more than that, their deep knowledge and love ...

For every ‘King of Country Music,’ there’s also a ‘Queen of Country Music’. But unlike the King, the Queen isn’t as controversial mainly because there is one recognized queen for every generation. And just like the popular title of Miss ...

Finding out that your partner has been unfaithful can feel like a life-shattering event. It is even perhaps one of the hardest things anyone could go through and is not something that can easily be cured. Luckily, there are loads ...

Just three months ago, Carly Pearce’s lifetime dream had really come true – she was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry after performing at its legendary stage for more than 85 times since her debut in 2015. And one of ...

In the late ’60s and early ’70s, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn were shattering records and tearing up the country charts on their own before joining forces together and becoming one of the best country music duos of all time. ...

There has been no shortage of remarkable and talented country singers over the years. But do you know there’s something much better than one country singer? Well, that happens every time two artists join forces to create fantastic, new country ...

Time and again, country songwriters have impressed fans and listeners with the timeless appeal of their pieces. From simple stories strummed over the guitar to complex narratives told in complicated melodies, these songwriters never fail to craft the lyrics and ...

After some digging in, we have discovered a few female country singers who smoke cigarettes (and some who did more than just cigarette breaks). While these names might surprise you, they are not entirely unrooted from the reality of celebrities ...

Loretta Lynn’s children have definitely had their own share of the limelight as they embraced their mother’s fame and superstardom as one of the biggest country music icons of her time. But as they grew up, they proved to be ...

Oliver Vanetta Lynn married country legend, Loretta Lynn, when she was just 15, and he was 21. It was a marriage that would go on to have six children and would stay together up until Oliver died in 1996.   However, ...

Loretta Lynn and husband Oliver Lynn’s love story was not one of the so-called fairy tales. In fact, it was one of those tragic and heartbreaking marriages filled with bottles of alcohol, abuse and violence, and infidelity. But Loretta said ...

Loretta Lynn’s Ranch is 3000 acres of nature, boasting the beautiful landscape of rural Tennessee. Nestled in Hurricane Mills, it has fun-filled activities for the adventure-seeking spirits, a large campground and a selection of premium cabins for the souls who ...

Being the eldest daughter of the family, Loretta Lynn siblings grew up with her in the coal-mining hills of Kentucky. And their life was far from perfect. Once the undisputed queen of country music, Lynn has achieved massive stardom within ...

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 ...

Country legend Loretta Lynn snapped a beautiful family Christmas picture with her children Patsy, Cissy, Peggy, and Ernest. She captioned their photo, saying that family is what matters most, especially in these trying times. To put all of Loretta Lynn’s ...

Loretta Lynn’s “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” is a duet with music artist Conway Twitty. Their chemistry was highly loved by fans putting the song on the top spot in the 1973 Canadian RPM Country Tracks and US Billboard Country Songs. ...

Loretta Lynn’s “Coal Miner’s Daughter” has a legacy that’s unreachable to most music artists today. The song received special recognition as it is one of Loretta Lynn’s most popular songs and one of music’s most significant recordings. With this, it’s ...

After losing her daughter and eldest child, Betty Sue, to emphysema, the country legend Loretta Lynn created a heart-breaking tribute. The complications brought by the disease took Betty Sue’s life at the age of 64. As a chronic pulmonary disease, ...

Loretta Lynn’s kids experienced untimely deaths that shook the singer’s family forever. People say that the children of the queen of country music are always lucky. They have a perfect life and have a rich background thanks to their famous ...

Going through Loretta Lynn Songs, it’s clear why the veteran singer is a country music pillar. Spanning over six decades of career, Loretta Lynn is a legend in country music. She has achieved so much that no one can imagine ...

Loretta Lynn’s haunted Hurricane Mills is a place where the living and the dead coexist. The queen of country music Loretta Lynn always had a colorful life. From her early childhood until now, she has experienced all things, including the ...

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 ...

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 ...

Country’s beloved duo, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, released “Lead Me On” in 1971 as the first single and title track from the album of the same name. It became the second No. 1 on the U.S. country singles chart ...

Did country legend Loretta Lynn marry American singer-songwriter Kid Rock over the weekend? Lynn was in a wedding veil, while Kid Rock was down on one knee, with her hand in his. It seems like a legit wedding. “Sorry girls, ...

“Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” is one of the most notable duets from the most notable duetting pairs in the history of country music, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. The song was released in 1973 as the first single and title ...

There are endless possibilities and combinations just in the Country genre alone. Some prefer the good ol’ classic, or perhaps mixing classic with a soulful tempo or even both! But among these differences, one organization seeks to unite the large ...

Country music legend Conway Twitty first released his sorrowful ballad “Hello Darlin‘” 1970 off his album of the same name, and ever since then, it has been breaking hearts with its melancholy lyrics. Over the decades, many artists have covered ...

Country legend Loretta Lynn recently celebrated her 88th birthday last April 14, but not only that, she has also released a new video for “I Fall to Pieces.” Created by director Aaron Ray, the video celebrates Lynn’s friendship with the ...

On Easter, “Who Says God is Dead” singer and Country Queen Loretta Lynn shared a video on Facebook and Instagram her encouragement and sweet inspiring message to fans and fellow artists. In the 2-minute video, Loretta Lynn quoted her favorite ...

Loretta Lynn has been famous for winning more than a dozen awards, releasing nearly a hundred of albums and so many hit songs we can no longer even keep track. But do you know the celebrated singer didn’t have an ...

Tick Off with Today’s Music It’s a horrible murder on the music row  and Loretta Lynn would not hold her peace. When asked during her interview on Martina McBride‘s podcast called Vocal Point with Martina McBride, Lynn straight up stated ...

“Fist City,” upon its release in 1968, slammed to the top of the Country Music Charts. Loretta Lynn wrote the song and was inspired by the affair that her husband had with another woman. This was also one of the ...

The CMA Awards always brings the country music community together, and after the 2019 awards show on Wednesday, the 13th of November, Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson took some time to hang out and catch up on his tour bus. ...

Loretta Lynn is one of the female country artists who really paved the way for contemporary female musicians to showcase their talent. Loretta, alongside Reba and Dolly, showed that women in country music are very much needed and their voice ...

Loretta Lynn has always championed women’s rights and equality through her song. This time, she takes on a different perspective; one that talks about marital affairs and the involvement of a third party. She wrote the song herself and you ...

The best thing about music is that it serves as a voice for people who cannot express themselves or people who want to talk about a certain topic that is controversial or sensitive to talk about. During the old days ...

Loretta Lynn is one of the biggest stars in country music. Her hit singles and albums received numerous major awards and honors. With this, she is named as the most awarded female country artist and the only female who received ...

Loretta Lynn is always the country artist who would release a song and would not care if it will be controversial or not. Her classic hit “The Pill” and “Rated X” were some of country music’s most controversial songs and ...

Loretta Lynn made a rare public appearance to accept the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in Nashville.  At the age of 87, the singer behind the hits “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” and “After the Fire is Gone” finally ...

Loretta Lynn is undeniably one of the biggest female country stars of all time. Her hit tracks “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “The Pill,” and “Lay Me Down” are some of the best country music out there with great tune and message. ...

Classic country songs are known to be songs that tell stories about family, romance, and God. However, at some point in the past, the following country songs were banned. The ironic thing is that these songs actually became chart-toppers.  Banned ...

Loretta Lynn joins in on the hot topic of mass shootings. Recently, America has been divided when it comes to their gun policy. Most of the Americans want to stick to its second amendment believing that it is their right ...

Loretta Lynn is one of the bravest country artists during her time until now. Her release of “Rated X” and “The Pill” got the attention of the male-dominated world of country music.  We all know that back then, women are ...

“Ten Thousand Angels” This is an inspirational hymn originally written by Ray Overholt. Overholt was introduced to music by his mother, Clara. Thus, when we talk about hymn writers, we believe that they were all believers and true followers of ...

News came out last week about Loretta’s accident at her home on New Year ’s Day, suffering a broken hip. Fortunately, the 85-year-old singer-songwriter is in good spirits and despite all that happened. She had sessions of rehabilitation to recover ...

If you have found someone you can call a true friend then you’re one lucky person. Nowadays some friendships are not genuine, it’s only an enactment just to control people or get what they want. It’s sad but somehow that’s ...