On the date of her 89th birthday, Loretta Lynn is receiving well wishes from some of the biggest names in country music. On that list is Tanya Tucker.
Tucker shared her birthday message for Lynn via Twitter on Wednesday (April 14). And, she used some real words of praise for the legendary Coal Miner’s Daughter. Tucker also shared four photos of the singers together.
“My hero, my world and a lot of our idols is @LorettaLynn! We thank the good Lord & I wish u the happiest of birthdays darlin! Wish I could be there to celebrate with u, but I’m gonna get a big rain check! I (love) u & our song together on your new album. (Photos): @DKupishNash,” Tucker shared.
You can check out her tweet below.
Another famous star who shared birthday wishes with Loretta Lynn is Alan Jackson. A birthday party for Loretta Lynn that involves Tanya Tucker and other country music stars – how great does that sound? It would definitely be a party that fans of the leading country music ladies would not want to miss!
Loretta Lynn’s new album referenced by Tanya Tucker in her birthday tweet is “Still Woman Enough.” It was released last month to great acclaim. Tucker joins Lynn for a new version of Lynn’s classic song, “You Ain’t Woman Enough.”
“Still Woman Enough” is a celebration of Lynn and her career. It is also a celebration of women in country music. In addition to Tanya Tucker, other famous female artists also appear on the album. These include Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, and Margo Price.
You can listen to Lynn and Tucker sing the Coal Miner’s Daughter famous track below.
Tanya Tucker Named One of Her Horses In Honor of Loretta Lynn
The April 14 tweet isn’t the first time Tanya Tucker has paid tribute to Loretta Lynn.
In 2018, Tucker named one of her horses after the Coal Miner’s Daughter. It was so important for Tucker to pay tribute to her hero that she even took time from Loretta Lynn to get permission to do so. And, Lynn was more than happy to give her permission to Tucker.
“I’ve got a new filly, gonna be a cutting horse – out of a really big stud called Smooth as a Cat. And I named her Miss Loretta Lynn. So, I had to get permission to use her name for the American Quarter Horse Association,” Tucker said during 2018. “They don’t allow you to do that unless you get permission. So, I went out to her house and she signed that paper twice, she loved it! And I sent her pictures of Loretta and I’m going to get a great trainer … and we’ll see, it’s nice if I get to have a horse named Miss Loretta Lynn just make the finals. But hey, let’s go all the way, as long as we’re thinking, let’s go all the way and win the thing!”