loretta lynn

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orig. Loretta Webb born April 14, 1935, Butcher Hollow, Ky., U.S. U.S. country music singer. Born in a coalminer's shack, Lynn married at age 13 and bore the first of six children the next year. In 1960 she released her first single, "Honky Tonk Girl," which became a hit. In 1962 she joined the Grand Ole Opry, and by the mid-1960s hits such as "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin'" made her one of country's biggest stars. In 1970 she released her signature song, "Coal Miner's Daughter"; it provided the title of a best-selling autobiography and a popular film (1980). Her half-sister, Crystal Gayle (b. 1951), also had a successful recording career
loretta lynn


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