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Loretta Lynn’s ‘Hometown Rising’ Concert Nets Almost $1 Million

It was Loretta Lynn‘s idea to use her name and influence to create a star-studded show to raise money for those impacted by the deadly floods that took place in Middle Tennessee last month. The storm, which claimed the lives of more than 20 people, including her own ranch foreman, Wayne Spears, left hundreds of people homeless, and multiple…

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Luke Bryan Performs ‘Drink a Beer’ at ‘Hometown Rising’: WATCH

Luke Bryan was one of the many artists who performed as part of the star-studded Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising. Proceeds from the event, held at the Grand Ole Opry, went to the United Way of Humphreys County, to raise money for those impacted by the devastating floods that took place in Middle Tennessee last month. Bryan, who performed…

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Loretta Lynn’s ‘Hometown Rising’ Show Adds Reba McEntire, Keith Urban and More

Loretta Lynn‘s upcoming Hometown Rising flood benefit show just got a lot more star power. Reba McEntire, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, BRELAND and Brittney Spencer have all been added to the lineup. They join a previously-announced incredible roster of talent, which includes Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan and Luke Combs. Proceeds will benefit the United Way of Humphreys County. More…

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Loretta Lynn Flood Relief Concert to Include Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood + More

Some of country music’s biggest stars are joining forces to help raise money for those impacted by the deadly flooding that took place in Humphreys County, Tennessee. The storm, which dumped over 17 inches of rain, claimed the lives of more than 20 people, including Loretta Lynn‘s own ranch foreman, Wayne Spears. Now, the 89-year-old is stepping up to…

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Loretta Lynn’s Ranch Foreman Killed in Flood: ‘There Are No Words’

Loretta Lynn is mourning the loss of Wayne Spears, her beloved ranch foreman and friend, who was killed in the tragic flooding that took place in Humphreys County, Tennessee, located just outside of Nashville. Lynn shared the heartbreaking news on social media. “There are no words at the ranch today…only tears,” Lynn wrote. “Our ranch family is our family….

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Loretta Lynn Praises Carly Pearce After Grand Ole Opry Induction

 Loretta Lynn is singing the praises of Carly Pearce, after Pearce was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. Pearce, who debuted “Dear Miss Loretta” on the Opry stage, also sang the song during her induction ceremony, which Lynn applauded on social media. “Even before I heard singing her song ‘Dear Miss Loretta,’ I knew she was going…

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Loretta Lynn’s Granddaughter Tayla Lynn Overcomes Addiction

Tayla Lynn‘s life could have had a much different outcome, and for that she is grateful. The granddaughter of Loretta Lynn has battled plenty of demons in her past, including a lengthy struggle with addiction, fights she ultimately won thanks to her grandmother’s never-ending love and tenacity. Now eight years sober, Lynn is moving full-speed ahead with her music…

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Loretta Lynn, Dan + Shay Among ACM Awards Honors Winners

The 2021 ACM Awards Honors winners have been announced, with Loretta Lynn, Dan + Shay, Lady A, Rascal Flatts and more among the recipients. The ACM Awards Honors ceremony will be held on Wednesday, August 25, at the Ryman Auditorium. Lynn is the recipient of the ACM Poet’s Award, along with songwriters Gretchen Peters and Curly Putnam, with Putnam…

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Carly Pearce Shares the Story Behind ‘Dear Miss Loretta’

Carly Pearce recently debuted a new song, “Dear Miss Loretta,” live from the Grand Ole Opry. The song was a tribute to her own musical hero, Loretta Lynn, someone she grew up admiring, even as a young girl. “One of the lyrics in that song is, ‘I’m not a coal miner’s daughter, but my grandmother was,’” Pearce told PopCulture.com….

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Loretta Lynn Praises Alan Jackson’s Pure Country ‘Where Have You Gone’ Album

Loretta Lynn is a big fan of Alan Jackson, and especially his upcoming Where Have You Gone album. The 88-year-old spoke out on social media about Jackson, praising him for his next set of tunes. “Just when I thought country music was near gone, brings it back to life!” Lynn posted. “What an album, he’s given us….

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