The only thing left for Loretta Lynn was to make a record with Jack White By Jancee Dunn Rolling Stone You don’t need to see a name on the mailbox to know that you’ve arrived at Loretta Lynn’s place in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. One giveaway is the large two-tone purple tour bus parked in the […]
By David Segal Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, April 28, 2004; Page C01 In pop, the what-if game ordinarily requires a vivid imagination, but if you ever wondered what Loretta Lynn would sound like backed by the Rolling Stones, wonder no more. Get yourself a copy of “Van Lear Rose,” Lynn’s new album, and you […]
Nashville, TN – Music icon Loretta Lynn and rocker-producer Jack White debut a performance of their duet, “Portland Oregon” from Lynn’s new CD, Van Lear Rose, on The Late Show with David Letterman on May 3. Lynn is taking the latest whirlwind of attention in stride as she makes plans to promote her new release […]
A country legend inspired by a rocking White Stripe Country comeback: A collaboration with Jack White is making Loretta Lynn cool again By Lorraine Ali Newsweek April 26 issue – There are at least half a dozen sequined gowns stuffed into the small closet on Loretta Lynn’s big purple tour bus. “I like this one […]
by: Maurice Miner. In the August/September issue of CMA Close Up, Loretta speaks on her newfound commercial success and some of her highest critical praise ever. “I don’t look backwards- I look forward. Whatever’s passed is passed.” Which is evident with her new success with Van Lear Rose.