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Country music sensation Loretta Lynn has died at the age of 90 in Tennessee

Loretta Lynn was a country music legend. She dies at the age of 90. According to her family, she passed away on October 4, 2022 in her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, home. 

Her family stated in a statement to a news source regarding her dead announcement. They said, “This morning, October 4, our dear mother Loretta Lynn passed away quietly. Restful slumber at her beloved Hurricane Mills ranch.”

Loretta Lynn Career and Awards

At the Country Music Awards, Lynn made history in the music industry. It was in 1972. Also, she is the first woman ever to win performer of the year. She received her induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1988. 

The 1970 autobiographical single Coal Miner’s Daughter was among her top hits. Furthermore, it was also the title of her memoir. And the 1980 movie was inspired by her life story.

On November 8, 2016, Loretta Lynn took the stage at the CMA 2016 Country Christmas in Nashville, Tennessee. Moreover, it is at the 2011 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, where Loretta Lynn plays. Also, she is a singer and songwriter. 

Lynn Biography

Loretta was born in a small Kentucky hamlet in 1932. Then she married Oliver Doolittle. Oliver Doolittle was a war veteran. She married him when she was 13 years old. 

Soon after they were married, the couple left their hometown. And by the time Lynn had given birth to four kids. At that time, Lynn was 18 years old. According to Lynn’s online profile, she turned to music for comfort.

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Hence it is since she felt isolated and burdened with domestic work. She stated in 2010 that: both her spouse, and she worked. Furthermore, she looked after a farmhouse before singing, cleaning, and preparing meals for 36 ranch hands. Also, singing was thus simple. But now, Wow, such a simple task, she thought.”

Performance in NightClubs

After her husband gave her a guitar, Lynn started performing and writing music in local nightclubs. In 1960, Lynn earned her first record deal with a modest Canadian label. During that time, she was 25 years old. 

She continued to have 16 No. 1 country songs and garnered several accolades throughout her career. In 2010, she was also honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

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