MUSIC ICON LORETTA LYNN RELEASES VIDEO FOR “MISS BEING MRS.” FROM HER CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED ALBUM, VAN LEAR ROSE

Nashville, TN – With her album Van Lear Rose in its third consecutive week in the Top 5 on Billboard’s Country Album Chart, Loretta Lynn’s new video for “Miss Being Mrs.” hits CMT and GAC among other video outlets nationwide this week.

The song shares Lynn’s thoughts and emotions after the death of her husband, Oliver “Doolittle” Lynn, in 1996. With Lynn wearing her original Coal Miner’s Daughter dress, the clip was shot in the parlor and her and Doo’s old bedroom in their Hurricane Mills, TN plantation home.

“Miss Being Mrs.” is one of 13 songs Lynn wrote for Van Lear Rose. With sales of nearly 100,000 units since its release on April 27, Van Lear Rose achieved the singer/songwriter’s highest album chart entry of her legendary career, debuting at #24 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart and #2 on the Country Album Chart.

Lynn will perform the heart-wrenching ballad, with Vince Gill accompanying, live on the Academy of Country Music Awards broadcast, May 26, on CBS from 8:00 -11:00 pm EST.