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.
Country star to release first album in four years with White Stripe producing ANDREW DANSBY and DAVID SWANSON Rolling Stone Loretta Lynn will release Van Lear Rose on April 27th on Interscope; the record is her first in four years and was produced last year by White Stripes frontman Jack White. The Kentucky-born Lynn, who […]
By JOHN GEROME NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Eerie guitar licks creak and swirl on Loretta Lynn’s new album as she sings about a woman on death row: “Now they’ve strapped me in the chair / And covered up my eyes / And the last voice I hear on earth / Is my mama’s cry.” The […]
A tidal wave of press is hitting newsstands as Loretta prepares for the release of her new album, Van Lear Rose, hitting stores on April 27. Look for feature stories and album reviews in the current issues of Vanity Fair (May), Elle (May), O Magazine (May), Entertainment Weekly (April 23), Newsweek (April 26), Esquire (May), […]
Van Lear Rose to Be Released April 27, 2004 Nashville, Tenn – Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Loretta Lynn will release Van Lear Rose (Interscope Records) on April 27, 2004. The album, produced by The White Stripes’ Jack White, was recorded in Nashville, TN in June and September, 2003. For over four decades, Loretta Lynn has turned […]
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 […]