Country Icon Celebrates Post-Flood Re-Opening of Her Loretta Lynn Ranch
Nashville, TN – Country’s Coal Miner’s Daughter, Loretta Lynn, will be celebrating the Independence Day Weekend with a July 3 performance at her Loretta Lynn Ranch, in Hurricane Mills, TN, as part of the kick-off to the popular destination’s re-opening after recent flooding in Middle Tennessee.
One of the Top 10 most-visited tourist attractions in Tennessee, the Loretta Lynn Ranch has been open seasonally since 1974 and was shuttered for the first time following area flooding in May.
Tickets to the performance, with an 8 PM showtime, are priced at $39.50 and available by calling 931-296-7700.
Fans can visit Lynn’s site, www.lorettalynn.com, for more information about her, as well as the Loretta Lynn Ranch.
A true icon of country music and American culture, Loretta Lynn is celebrating the 50th anniversary of her debut single this year. A recipient of the GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award and a three-time GRAMMY winner and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, Lynn’s career began with the 1960 success of her debut single, “I’m a Honky Tonk Girl,” which marked not only the arrival of her distinct voice as both songwriter and performer, but also launched a musical legacy that has included 16 #1 singles, including such classics as “One’s on the Way,” “Don’t Come Home a’Drinkin’ (with Lovin’ on Your Mind),” and of course, “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”
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