COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME LEGEND LORETTA LYNN DONATES “VAN LEAR ROSE” MANUSCRIPT TO THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME® AND MUSEUM COLLECTION
Van Lear Rose, a spotlight exhibit celebrating the artistic re-birth of American popular culture icon Loretta Lynn, opens at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum on Friday, February 4, for a three-month run. Included in the spotlight is the manuscript for “Van Lear Rose,” the title song from Lynn’s 2004 CD release, which […]
By Heather Murphy – CNN Headline News (CNN) — When people eat something that isn’t necessarily good for them but makes them feel better, it’s called “comfort food.” For instance, my mom’s meatloaf and mashed potatoes can put a stressful week behind me. Macaroni and cheese does it for some people. Maybe you find peace […]
Loretta is named #1 in four categories of a nationwide critics poll in the current (January 27) issue of the Nashville Scene including Artist of the Year, Album, Female Vocalist and Songwriter as well as placing two songs, “Portland, Oregon” (#2) and “Miss Being Mrs.” (#10) on the top singles list.
Lynn Nominated As People’s Choice Awards Favorite Country Female Singer Superstar Named One Of GQ’s Women of the Year Capping off a year filled with accolades and acclaim, superstar Loretta Lynn garners a career-best five Grammy nominations for the 47th Annual Grammy Awards announced today. With the most nominations of any country artist, Lynn’s categories […]
Congratulations Loretta! Loretta has been nominated for a Best Country Song for (Miss Being Mrs. and Portland Oregon), Best Country Album (Van Lear Rose), Best Country Collaboration With Vocals (Portland Oregon with Jack White), and Best Female Country Vocal Performance (Miss Being Mrs.). The 47th Annual GRAMMY® Awards will be presented in Los Angeles at […]
By Whitney Matheson, USATODAY.com 23. Loretta Lynn. I wasn’t sure whether to include her or Jack White on the list, the unlikely producer of Van Lear Rose. Since it’s her vocals and down-home songwriting I love, Loretta won. More
Country music’s First Lady sings about her mama (“the rose”), the coal mine her daddy worked in (Van Lear) and many more Loretta-esque tales. Producer Jack White did away with the slick production, so when you look at Lynn you really are lookin’ at country.. Click here for more!