Loretta Lynn , born Loretta Webb (* April 14, 1932 in Butcher Hollow) is an American country singer. In 1983 it was incorporated into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame

Loretta Lynn is the daughter of a miner. In the sixties of the twentieth century it became one of the most important country singers. She wrote most of her own songs and thereby drew heavily from her turbulent life. In the early nineties, they decided to take things slow, but in 2004 she made ​​a comeback with the album Van Lear Rose, which she made ​​in collaboration with Jack White of the group The White Stripes.

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