Country's First Lady, Loretta Lynn, Looks Back On Her Career

She's known as the first lady of country music, and she's never lost her charm through the years. Full Story
pattyann dean

Bronx, NY

#1 Mar 12, 2009
I HAVE NEVER HEARD A SINGER THAT CAN HOLD A CANDEL TO LORETTA LYNN SHE IS THE BEST I have to be one of her bigs fan Iam so loyal that when dolittle was in the hospital in brandston missoui I called the hospital and told them I wanted to donate one of my kidneys to dolittle but I was told it was to late because he had diabeaties and I would dothe same for her any day any time I would like to hear from other fans my email is pdean2367@yahoo.com
Joan Dishaw

Brewerton, NY

#2 Mar 17, 2009
Loretta Lynn is the best, No one will ever take her place. She sings just the way life is. And Loretta we all love you and you will always be remembered for all of your wrighting and all the songs you have recorded,
Joan Dishaw

Brewerton, NY

#3 Mar 17, 2009
Loretta Lynn is the best, she wrights and sings just the way life is. Loretta we all love you for all of your wrighting and recordings. This is what I will remember you for and seeing you perform live at the turnning stone casino,I all so play at least one of your cds daily.
bruiser

United States

#4 Nov 26, 2009
Dear Loretta , i think you are a wonderful singer and i agree with the lady above when she says you are the best because [you] are the best..We have alot of talented people here in Kentucky ,which is where you are from.I know that alot of girls pattern thier way of singing after you,and altho they ARE good [no-one is as good as you Loretta ..You are and always will be number ONE ..Your songs about life ,love and babies will forever live on ,you bring your music to life ...

Since: Apr 09

Gallatin, TN

#5 Nov 27, 2009
one of the very best. She helped to make it a lighter road for all the younger womem. She is still as good as she was 40+yr. ago. She certainly is no Taylor. I realize that country music is nothing like it used to be. Loretta is all country and then some.
Ken J Thomas

Saskatoon, Canada

#6 Dec 31, 2009
Loretta has always and will always remain the top country female vocalist of all time. She has opened so many doors for other female singers. I just pray that she will be with us for many more years to come. Loretta, please take good care of yourself. Let others take care of you for a change. You've done alot more than we ever expected. I love you and the world loves you, your music and your singing. May God be with you always.
Lynn Blevins

West Liberty, KY

#7 Jan 30, 2010
I am a huge fan of Loretta Lynn, I loved the movie Coal Miner's Daughter and I read her book Still Woman Enough. She is awesome and I will always love you, you have made so many songs that is about your life and you give women hope to fulfil their dreams of being what they want to be. I would love to meet you and be able to talk to you in person because you inspire me in everyway. Thank you Loretta for all your songs and the movie you wanted made, I pretty much know it by heart I have watched it that many times. You are great and if there is ever a chance to meet you I would love to but I am just a poor country girl that was born and raised in the hills of Kentucky so May God Bless You and keep you and your loved one's safe.
Shirley

Glendale, AZ

#8 Feb 20, 2010
I have always admired Loretta Lynn and her movement from almost poverty to fame. She is a plain old Kentucky girl and has never had an achievement to let her forget her upbringing. she is a wonderful entertainer and an awesome singer. The Best. No other will ever surpass this LADY in
this lifetime.

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