Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
Legendary Ray Price fills in for Loretta Lynn September 3rd at her Ranch concert in Hurricane Mills, TN. “I love Ray so much. I am very proud to have him play at my Ranch for me. He has had more number 1 hits then all of us put together. I know my fans are going to lovehim and they are in for one heck of a show,” states Lynn. The Lynn’s And Ernest Ray and Coal miners will be opening show for Ray Price.
Lynn who is undergoing reconstructive knee surgery has had to postpone her forth-coming tour dates to recover. For those of you who have purchased a ticket for September 3rd your ticket is valid for Ray Price. For those seeking a refund please contact the Music One ticket office at 512-371-6924. Please visit LorettaLynnRanch.net and LorettaLynn.com for all updated information.
Monday, May 23rd, 2011
Zak, Nick and Aaron investigate their first celebrity home. In Hurricane Mills, TN they visit the famous Loretta Lynn Plantation House. The iconic “Queen of Country” herself, Loretta Lynn shares the paranormal encounters she has experienced in the house. Loretta first details her sighting of “the moaning woman.”
Over a century ago, a woman named Buela M. Anderson cried herself to death shortly after the loss of her baby. Loretta saw this apparition dressed in white pacing the balcony of the house. Loretta also relates an experience her son had in “the Brown Room” of the house, where the spirit of a Civil War soldier attempted to forcefully take off his boots. Next the team visits the basement that was once a slave pit, the cemetery and the mill. Each of these areas has paranormal stories associated with them.
Monday, November 8th, 2010
Country music icon Loretta Lynn recently sat smiling on a small stage in her Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum in remote Hurricane Mills, Tenn., and revealed the secret to her legendary endurance: “staying grounded.”
“I’m proud of my awards,” the 76-year-old singer said at a bash to celebrate her 50th anniversary as a recording artist. “But you just don’t forget where you come from. All I do is close my eyes, and I go back to that little one-room cabin where I lived till I was 11 years old.”
These days, maintaining her humility must be especially tough. Lynn’s new CD, Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn, featuring daughter Patsy and the White Stripes, Kid Rock, Alan Jackson and Carrie Underwood, hits stores Tuesday. Wednesday, she will be honored with a tribute on the CMA Awards.
If ever there was a time for Lynn to rest on her laurels, it would be now. But not this reigning Queen of Country. (more…)
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Thursday, September 30th, 2010
On this week’s edition of CMT Insider, the show takes you down to Hurricane Mills, to join Loretta Lynn in celebrating 50 years in country music. Tune in for the show’s premiere October 2nd, on 1:30 PM ET. more!
Tuesday, September 28th, 2010
Country music icon Loretta Lynn was showered with an assortment of industry awards and heartfelt praise at her invitation-only 50th anniversary celebration, held at Lynn’s Hurricane Mills ranch on Friday, Sept. 24.
The Academy of Country Music®, Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc.® and BMI® each made presentations during the evening’s event. Billed as “A Tribute to an American Icon,” the celebration honored Lynn’s 50 years in the Country music industry. Ronnie McDowell presented Lynn with a hand-painted portrait of the legendary performer, and noted Nashville arranger and composer Bill Walker gave Lynn an arrangement of “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” originally penned for the television special, “Loretta Lynn on Broadway.”
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