Loretta’s “In The Studio” column item in the Feb. 19 issue of Rolling Stone reads: “The songs are country but a little bit different,” says Loretta Lynn about her new CD, produced by Jack White. New tracks such as “Women’s Prison” and the Lynn-White duet “Portland, Oregon” are full of heartbreak, but they also rock […]
Loretta has been selected as a Kentucky Women Remembered honoree for 2004. Kentucky Women Remembered has been a central program of the Kentucky Commission on Women (KCW) for over eight years and consists of a watercolor portrait gallery of outstanding Kentucky women. Created in 1978, Kentucky Women Remembered became a permanent exhibit in the West […]
The January 2004 issue of Cowboys & Indians magazine ranked the 100 Greatest Country Songs Of All Time and our #1 lady did very well with placing four songs on the list. Loretta’s best ranking was Coal Miner’s Daughter at #12 and then Don’t Come Home A Drinkin #40, One’s On The Way #67 and […]
Recognizing her as a 2003 Kennedy Center Honors recipient, Loretta is featured in the current January 20 issue of Country Weekly. The two-page piece includes photos of Loretta at the Kennedy Center Honors and pictures of tribute performers Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Lyle Lovett, Reba McEntire and Patty Loveless.