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 […]
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.