Built in 1878, Gruene Hall is quintessentially Texan and also the oldest dance hall in the state. Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn and Townes Van Zandt, have also performed there.
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There were many inspired moments at Saturday’s salute to country music pioneer Loretta Lynn by the Americana Music Assn. One particular highlight came courtesy of Oakland-based African American roots musician Fantastic Negrito, who served up a thoroughly haunting version of Lead Belly’s folk-blues...
The Americana Music Assn. will devote its annual gathering of musicians on the eve of the Grammy Awards to salute country music songwriter-singer Loretta Lynn on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. Among the acts confirmed for the concert preceding Sunday’s 2017 Grammy ceremony...
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The singer was inducted Saturday, 50 years after she first performed on the Ryman stage.
From Lemon Twigs' "Do Hollywood" to Loretta Lynn's "Full Circle," last year's music was all over the map. The post The Top 13 Albums of 2016 appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In case you hadn’t heard, legendary outlaw country singer Willie Nelson smokes pot, and now he wants another country music legend, Loretta Lynn, to smoke it too. The AP reports that Nelson talked about his friend Lynn during an interview...
Last year, country legend Loretta Lynn released both a new Christmas album and the new album Full Circle, which is up for a Best Country Album Grammy against Sturgill Simpson and others. She's still got it live too, as we witnessed at SXSW... Continue reading…
This time of year is usually filled with festive cheer and good will towards people — especially where songs are concerned. Generally speaking, classic Christmas carols are concerned with enjoying the season (even the sad ones, which are lamenting lack of said enjoyment, usually because a loved one is MIA ... More »
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Nominations for the 2016 Grammy Awards have wee announced with the usual fanfare and one big surprise. let’s get the big one out of the way first, Reluctant outlaw country revisionist Sturgill Simpson might very well be on his way to achieving ‘the biggest country star on this planet‘ status by joining the glitterati ranks […]
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Country music legend and coal miner’s daughter Loretta Lynn has had a multitude of experiences in her 84-year life, from protesting the Vietnam War and befriending Jimmy Carter, to sharing a stage with her natural musical descendant, Kid Rock. Show More Summary
Despite finding success in the free-loving '60s and touring with Willie Nelson, she'd never toked up.
The coal miner’s daughter herself, Loretta Lynn, recently tried weed for the first time. She wasn’t impressed with the experience, apparently. Read more...
Don't knock it until you try it. Country legend Loretta Lynn — still crooning at 84 — might've eschewed a particular herbal refreshment in the past for personal reasons, but she's now taking a one-way ticket to Tokin' Town U.S.A owing to an escalating eye condition. And her verdict on ... More »
Loretta Lynn revealed during a recent interview with PEOPLE magazine that she smoked marijuana for the first time at age 84. "I got glaucoma and they gave me one of these cigarettes," Lynn told the magazine. "I took one smoke off of it and it hit me right here in the chest. Show More Summary
Loretta Lynn's first Christmas album in 50 years shows that she has not strayed much from her honky tonk roots!
Day 1 features tracks from the following five artists: Suzy Bogguss, Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty, Todd Snider, Dwight Yoakam, and Sugarland.