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Hear Loretta Lynn's Searching 'Who's Gonna Miss Me'

More than 50 studio albums into her iconic career, Loretta Lynn revisits her roots with an LP that takes her Full Circle. With the album's "Who's Gonna Miss Me?" the influence of the Carter Family takes center stage as the singer-songwriter humbly wonders, "Who's gonna want to follow in my...

Loretta Lynn shares "Who's Gonna Miss Me?" (listen)

by Andrew Sacher Last fall, we mentioned that country legend Loretta Lynn would be releasing Full Circle, her first album since 2004's Jack White-produced Van Lear Rose, on March 4 via Sony Legacy. It featurs a mix of covers, re-workings...

Hear the First Track Released From Loretta Lynn’s First Album in More Than a Decade

It’s been a long time since we heard from iconic country singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn, but a new track, released in advance of her upcoming album Full Circle, quickly proves she’s still got it. The famous coal miner’s daughter from Butcher Holler released her last album, the Jack White-produced Van Lear Rose, in 2004 to rave reviews. Show More Summary

Loretta Lynn – “Who’s Gonna Miss Me?”

Country legend Loretta Lynn returns next month with Full Circle, her first album since 2004’s Jack White-produced Van Lear Rose. If the album title didn’t already indicate the project’s sense of finality, a song named “Who’s Gonna Miss Me?” certainly will. It’s a wistful, traditional country track that could have been recorded decades ago if […]

Listen to Loretta Lynn's "Who's Gonna Miss Me?," From New Album Full Circle

Photo by David McClister Loretta Lynn is getting ready to release her first new LP since the Jack White-produced 2004 album Van Lear Rose. Full Circle is out March 4 via Legacy Recordings. It was produced by Patsy Lynn Russell and John...Show More Summary

Loretta Lynn's American Masters Documentary Premieres March 2016 

If your heart belongs to coal miner’s daughter Loretta Lynn, then you’ll want to mark your calendar for March 4, 2016. For on that happy day, PBS premieres Loretta Lynn: Still a Mountain Girl — a new installment in its American Masters documentary series. Read more...

See the Trailer for Loretta Lynn's 'American Masters' Documentary

"Oh, heavens, I never thought of anything like this when I was a kid," Loretta Lynn says in the just-released trailer for the upcoming PBS American Masters documentary which chronicles her hardscrabble life and storybook music career. "Growin' up in Butcher Holler, that's where you'll stay, you thought," she says...

The Knox Coal Mine Disaster: A Story of Corruption and Greed

Like the song made famous by country music legend, Loretta Lynn, I was a Coal Miner's Daughter. My Dad, Angelo Bruno, worked in the deep, dark, damp coal mines of Northeastern Pennsylvania from the time he was 15 years old. AlthoughShow More Summary

Loretta Lynn Shocks With Choice For President

Loretta Lynn has made a surprise endorsement for the next President of the United States, especially when you take a look at her smile in the picture above. That’s because the 83-year-old country superstar is going with a Republican — and not just any Republican, but the GOP frontrunner himself, Donald Trump. Show More Summary

Loretta Lynn – “Everything It Takes” (Feat. Elvis Costello)

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Country great Loretta Lynn (who was inducted into the Music City Walk Of Fame last year) will release her first album containing new material in over a decade this coming March. Full Circle will see her revisiting some of her biggest hits and feature a few new compositions, one of which is “Everything It Takes,” […]

Hear Loretta Lynn, Elvis Costello Duet on 'Everything It Takes'

Loretta Lynn's upcoming album, Full Circle, finds her revisiting some of her biggest hits and debuting a few fresh numbers. One new composition is "Everything It Takes," a light, folky country song that she tells Rolling Stone is a "woman song — something more for a woman." The lyrics tell...

Trump and the Coal Miner’s Daughter

Country music is the music for much of working-class America, and for many of those who make up that great mass of humanity, 83-year-old Loretta Lynn is the reigning Queen of Country Music now that the great Kitty Wells is no longer with us. Last week, Lynn publicly announced that she was supporting Donald Trump […]

SXSW announces third round of 2016 artists

photo: L7 at FFF Fest 2015 (more by Tim Griffin) SXSW already announced two rounds of 2016 artists, and today a third round was announced, including L7, Bloc Party, The Cult, Loretta Lynn, Waxahatchee, Frankie Cosmos, D?WN, Polica, Dilly Dally,...

BOOM: Liberals Livid Country Legend Loretta Lynn Says THIS

I was actually shocked when I read this. Loretta Lynn is slamming Hillary Clinton in favor of Donald Trump. She’s actually campaigning for Trump and announcing her support for him

Loretta Lynn to Be Focus of PBS 'American Masters'

On the same day American music icon Loretta Lynn releases Full Circle, her first new album in a decade, the Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, native will be the subject of a PBS documentary: American Masters — Loretta Lynn: Still a Mountain Girl. Premiering Friday, March 4th, at 9 p.m. ET on PBS,...

Country musician Loretta Lynn to Trump: Call me

The iconic country music star, 83, told Reuters correspondent Emily Flitter that she loves Donald Trump.

35 Most Anticipated Country Albums of 2016

From long-awaited new projects from legends Loretta Lynn and Hank Williams Jr. to Blake Shelton's "divorce record" and Sturgill Simpson's mysterious follow-up to Metamodern Sounds in Country Music,  2016 promises to be full of country albums that both honor the genre's roots and push its boundaries. Here are the 35 records we're most...

Newswire: Billboard decides women can be “Legends,” too, starting with Loretta Lynn

On December 11, Billboard’s 11th annual “Women In Music” event will be held in New York City, celebrating the contributions of those without Y chromosomes to the world of music (or at least the world of chart-topping music). And this...Show More Summary

Loretta Lynn to Receive 'Legend' Award

To close out 2015, Loretta Lynn will add another first to her 50-plus-year career. The country music icon will be the recipient of Billboard's first-ever Women in Music "Legend" award. The honor, which recognizes the Kentucky-born singer-songwriter for "historic contributions to the industry and artistry of American music," will be...

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