Loretta Lynn may be 88-years-old, but she proves she is “Still Woman Enough” with a new album with other legendary women in country music.
The artist took to her social media accounts (very hip, my mother doesn’t even know how to turn off her phone) to announce the new album. Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, Tanya Tucker, and Margo Price will accompany Lynn for this album that is sure to be iconic.
Loretta Lynn also adds a teaser video with a poem about her upbringing in Kentucky.
“Well, I was born a coal miner’s daughter in a cabin on a hill in Butcher Hollow. Well, a lot of things have changed since way back then, and it’s so good to be back home again. Not much left but the floors. There’s nothing that lives there anymore. Except the memories of a coal miner daughter.”
Loretta Lynn lets excited fans know how to grace their ears with the music that she hashtags as “for the girls.”
“I am very excited that my new album, “Still Woman Enough,” is available to pre-order now! Available 3/19, 4 amazing women joined me on these new songs, @Reba, @CarrieUnderwoood, @MargoPrice, @TanyaTucker. Pre-order it today! #stillwomanenough #womenofcountry #forthegirls.”
Legendary Loretta Lynn
On Saturday, Loretta Lynn posted her appreciation for Apple Music on Twitter. The streaming service named “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” a Classic Album. Lynn released the album in 1971, and it has since made its way into the Grammy Hall of Fame, among many other awards.
Lynn is one of the most prominent names in country music with a career that spans more than six decades. She has written more than 160 songs and released 60 albums. In addition, Lynn had ten albums reach number one and 16 singles top the country charts as well.
To this day, Loretta Lynn is the most awarded woman in country music.