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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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05:57 min | 1 d ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Kick ass band. Loretta used to be a bashful girl from the mountains. WHO's only dream was a comfortable house for her family. She grew a lot. She learned a lot. She stuck up for herself in her career. She's grateful for the benefits her family has enjoyed because of her property prosperous career, and at the time of writing the book, she said, she just wanted to put her life in God's hands. She wanted to give more people in two more people in need she wanted to travel more, and as she says, I love to work more with the American Indians people. That's. How she said in Nineteen, seventy five. So she finished her book knowing that it wasn't the end of her story but that there was more to come Loretta, is the most awarded Female Country Recording artist has gorge twenty four number one singles eleven number one albums she continued to tour for many years appearing at the Grand Ole opry and releasing new albums in Nineteen Eighty Eight Loretta was inducted into the Country Music Hall of fame she returned to the public eye and nineteen ninety-three with the hit trio album honky tonk angels recorded with Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette. Thousand and Two Thousand Loretta released her first album in several years called still country in which she included. I. Can't hear the music a tribute song to her late husband doolittle who had passed away. Yeah. She releases her first new single and more than ten years from the album country in my genes and the single charted on the billboard country singles chart and made Loretta the first woman in country music to chart singles in five decades in two thousand and two. Loretta published her second on Biographies Still Woman Enough, and it became her second New York Times Bestseller, and then in two thousand and four, she published a cookbook you're cooking it country. Great it was. Any world. Davis in that one OH. Good question I hope. I hope. For she released Leer Rose Ryan mentioned in. It was the first episode and this is the second album on which she either Cole wrote or sang every song. So the album was produced by Jack White and featured guitar backup vocals by him. Her collaboration with Jack garnered her high praise in magazines that specialize in mainstream and alternative rock. So she was in spin and blender rolling stone voted the album the. Second. Best, of two thousand and four, and it won the Grammy Award for best country album of the year. So in late two, thousand and ten Sony Music released a new album titled Culminates Daughter Tribute Loretta Lynn featuring stars like Reba mcentire, Faith Hill Paramour Carrie Underwood and they were performing Loretta is classic hits Spanning Fifty Years Laura. Recorded with Miranda Lambert Sheryl Crowe. that single cracked the billboard singles chart, and so made her the only female country artist to chart in six decades. So Thousand Nineteen lifetime aired the highly anticipated movie Patsy and Loretta, which highlighted the friendship of Lynn and Patsy Kline. So the right of Lynn? She attended the Nashville release of the film and that's about up to date on what what's been going on. So there's so much more you can go in like you can watch those movies. You can read all those book but that was that this is the end of our two part special of Loretta Lynn. My goodness I love her so much and I love all of her songs. I'm so excited I'm going to rewatch coal miner's daughter and I had no idea. They made a movie about her and Patsy. So that's definitely something I want to check out his wall. Wow, thank you so much for this. This was like this was a fantastic way to do a two parter She certainly deserved. She deserved it. Okay Great I'm glad that you enjoyed it. I hope all the there enjoyed it and hope that you're having an amazing summer. Thank you so much for listening. Go and check out all of our past episodes were were into August I am assuming. So you know I think it's a good time to listen to all of our elvis episodes. Oh. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. And check out your Dolly Parton episode to because that one was great. Yeah. Why not that was you know what? That one I think people are saying people have said that they could go for another Dolly episode because I only highlighted jet very much like Loretta had such a rich early life that I, really only got into Hurley stuff right? You could definitely do a part to on Dolly as well. Yeah. We did hank. Williams too. So a couple of people mentioned in this we've covered and. Yeah, plenty more to check out as you said in part one. For our patron members, you gotTa pull up for your next episode. So if you guys want to be part of our decision making over here, sign up and let us know what you're thinking. Yeah. Links has got a couple of options. Maybe she'll throw a poll up there and you can vote on Lynxes next episode. Yeah I'll do that for sure. All right well, that's it. Everybody thinks so much for listening wear sunscreen stay hydrated and we love you see a becks time. On. A map. Bonds meal. What? On Matt Daddy's knee. Listen. To the story said he to. 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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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07:33 min | 1 d ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir they would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh. My God owner been scary. Eventually, Loretta, booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says. You're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the Morning Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa break your neck I sent. Woman I, don't even know your husband but if you touch me, I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women sure I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah she's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen sixty four she was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah that'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta Heard Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang. The woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy. Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked she really loves Ray Charles she said that country music owes locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars she says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob. Dylan or the Beatles kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says once you've been poor you always feel in the back of your mind you're going to be poor again. Started paying off. Do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison Tennessee in late nineteen, sixty three. We'll the ready discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretta. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. Loretta was worried that her career would be interrupted. Things moved on she named them Patsy and Peggy She said that they were godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins in. Loretta couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She begged hey twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying so much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now you can see it and take a tour you can go and Youtube people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so. Just, you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up and like you said, yeah you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah, you can tell. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did him. This is nineteen, seventy five that truth this and there's forty five then more now there's some one I didn't use any makeup before do finally let me you can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house a bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar some personal things Patsy Kline gave me I have Roy Roy. Acuff. I don't know how to say that Yoyo. Yeah a suit from Hank snow a coat from Marty, Robbins Chet, Atkins Golf. Hat, and beautiful gown that my friend June Carter gave me while she's.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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07:14 min | 1 d ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All. Right. I gotta say. I'm just I love the titles of her songs. I know I told my younger brother that we were going to be doing episode on the red. Olin he was like I love her and I'm like we do and he's like, yeah, and my younger brothers grade he always surprises me and he was telling me like, do you remember what episode of the Simpsons with Lorraine Lump Lumpkin and I was like yeah, he's like, I'm pretty sure that character was based off Loretta Lynn like Oh that makes sense. Did you watch a lot links? Know who talking about absolutely. Yeah, do. Her manager. Stage? But I do. That's that's right. I. Love It. Yeah. She was very clever with her lyrics. Yeah and I think. Yeah. So it makes sense at Loretto. Lumpkin was based on Ritalin. Yeah in Little Way anyways do never had to worry about Loretta cheating on him. You know when this book was written after Twenty Five Years of Marriage Loretta had said that she hadn't ever cheated on him. She said she'd met a few men who she could have liked but none enough who could ever take the place of her family. So she stayed out of trouble she's had met all. Oh, her around all over the city that they live in. Call Her hotel ask if they can come up but she never went for it. Now at doesn't mean that Loretta hasn't been accused over the years not do. But by people she been really with other country musicians as those she'd write songs with and she'd sing songs with but Loretta never did and she said that if she did sleep with someone else, it wouldn't have been to get anywhere in the business. anyways it would have been for her own accord. Yeah That's a good reason. Asleep was somebody I think So, Loretta is first appearance at the Grand Ole opry was October Fifteenth Nineteen Sixty. Now how did she get the GIG? Well, she got it for herself. She went to the manager and she said that she pestered him and he let her on the show and so she sang Song Honky tonk girl and was invited back and I believe this is where Ernest Tubb makes his appearance in the movie is when Loretta is invited up on stage the character that sang before her was Ernest Tubb but sense him in the movie so. Yes call true to his word Mr, Burleigh let Loretta her contract. When she moved onto something a bit bigger. She made Song of songs with Decca records who already had pasta Klein and Brenda. Lee assigned artists she was both polishing her act but staying true to herself she was encouraged to pronounce the words the way that she wanted to and they never made her feel stupid for talking as she calls it like. A Hillbilly one of the guys said people will always understand me because I was always myself. That's of her band members. She could only afford to bring her brother Jay Lee because she couldn't pay the rest of the guys to move away from home and pay their salaries, and that's when I'll his family settled in Nashville in Nineteen One Loretta started getting regular performing dates and was invited back to the opry every week. She says that there were many other girl singers trying to make it big them and they were jealous that Loretta was getting so many gigs and attention. So quickly, Loretta says that if it weren't for Patsy cline, she might have given up let patsy and when Patsy was only twenty seven Patsy had known hard times about what it was like to try to make it. They became fast friends if Passi had a fight with her husband, she called the Reta if learn how to fight would do little she called Patsy. So. Again quite a very unique and interesting friendship and the red even wrote a book about their friendship now I also noticed. On my wishlist of episodes to do patsy has a whole book, right? So we could even do a whole episode on her one day. Perfect. Yeah. Yeah, we'll get into her briefly since Patchy had made appearances with Loretta and an event with a bunch of other country singers. The stamp of approval meet everyone except Loretta wants Patsy said there it was cool. Everyone was like all right I guess she school. Patsy Thought Loretta She taught Loretta about show business. She bought her clothes. She gave her rhinestones, curtains, drapes drapes for her own because Greta was still too broke to afford any of these things herself and. Payment to go on the road to keep her company. The last time. Loretta saw Pazzi Pazzi was hanging drapes at House and had brought her a huge box close. On March Sixth Nineteen, sixty, three patsy was in a plane crash with a few others and there were no survivors. The RETA said that Patsy was like a mother and a sister to her and when Loretta would have twins awhile later she named one of them after Patsy. My goodness I love this friendship. Yeah. It's a shame that it ended. So early in that. So young when her life ended do little stayed home with children a lot. It was a hard subject for Loretta because her career paid off in money and other things but she missed out on a lot of her children's upbringing. Once he joined Loretta more children were left with their uncle and grandmothers in Indiana because both of the grandmothers had been living in. Indiana at that time when they moved to Nashville, they had babysitters Loretta oldest daughter had children pretty young as well, and so Loretta was grandmother by Twenty Nine do and Loretta taught their children to work hard and since they were young still when they did get money, they tried not to spoil their children. They still made them wear hand-me-down the kids never went to imagine. Being a grandmother. Right now. No. No it's just the most wild thing that I can think of being a mother right now it's just Too Much for me I'm St One. Twenty Nine Goodness Loretta goes into detail about the personalities of each of her children but since this episode is already like seven hours long you can read the carrier. Loretta says that she could do it all over again she would still go into show business she would have been with her children more in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two, Loretta went on Tour Working Forty, two shows in twenty five days. She was on television shows seen throughout the south and appeared before bigger crowds that she'd ever seen before. Rutta, jokingly calls herself a heifer her because she was so clumsy she has these stories about falling over on stage Bra straps breaking pantyhose, falling down to her ankles, and you know learning that it was important to smile as she walked onstage even if she was feeling sick or missing her kids. In Nineteen Sixty Three Loretta played the Hollywood bowl with Johnny cash. She went from playing for three hundred people to thousands. Wow. Yeah. 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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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03:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Just a few more things at the time When Loretta was raising these children, her entertainment was staying home in singing along with the radio. Do would be out with the boys having a few years, and she would sit home and she'd sing so like a school training exactly exactly and so Loretta had not yet begun her singing career yet. And how it's just around this time. After having her four children and practicing singing at home you know, do do little had given her a guitar for her fourteenth birthday, and so she'd been practicing more one day. DOOLITTLE said you know you're actually a really good singer. And then that is what sparks. Loretta is next sixty years into her music career, and that's where we're going to stop with part. One of Loretta Lynn Oh my God. That was so good and I'm so glad you split it up because that was a lot to take in and so interesting in itself, and I can't wait to hear about her career in how that affected everything, and this was great. My Goodness Loretta would've story. I know right so that I thought that her upbringing was so fascinating and I thought that all of those little details, and knowing all of that stuff about her was going to be really important to really understand how amazing her success was as a country music musician as a woman in music, and all of these things, so we'll finish their for today. You know our next episode that airs on regular time will be partout all about Lynn's singing career amazing. Thank you so much on Aunty. No problem and so we'll finish this episode by playing the pill or I am ready. We'll see you next time..

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Pantheon

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03:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Pantheon

"More things at the time when Loretta was raising these children, her entertainment was staying home in singing along with the radio. Do would be out with the boys having a few years, and she would sit home and she'd sing so like a school training exactly exactly and so Loretta had not yet begun her singing career yet. And how it's just around this time. After having her four children and practicing singing at home, you know, do do little had given her a guitar for her fourteenth birthday, and so she'd been practicing more one day. DOOLITTLE said you know you're actually a really good singer. And then that is what Sparks Loretta is next sixty years into her music career, and that's where we're going to stop with part. One of Loretta Lynn Oh my God. That was so good, and I'm so glad you split it up because that was a lot to take in and so interesting in itself, and I can't wait to hear about her career in how that affected everything and this was great. My Goodness Loretta would've story. I know right so that I thought that her upbringing was so fascinating and I thought that all of those little details, and knowing all of that stuff about her was going to be really important to really understand how amazing her success was as a country music musician as a woman in music, and all of these things, so we'll finish their for today. You know our next episode that airs on regular time will be partout all about Lynn's singing career amazing. Thank you so much aunty. No problem and so we'll finish this episode by playing the pill or I am ready. We'll see you next time..

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"P.. I don't. I think we can say the name, but like just. In case I would double check with her, maybe on a part to it and say it. We'll see but miss. P. is actually being an assistant writer for someone and I think the book is going to be huge huge. Oh, yeah, can't wait. I can assist you writers. They are important. You know and yeah, hearst writer, all like USA live in Kentucky. He visited the coal mines, and he speaks her language. He also traveled with her for a year and has been to butcher Holler so. She told him that's George. We're GONNA have us a hardback book. doggone right? It's going to be a good book. Anything I go at I. Go at it hard because I only do what I want. It's going to be the best book about country music because I don't take no seconds OF HER ATTITUDE! Oh wait till you just. She's incredibly so this book called Coal Miner's daughter is also the name of her biggest song till Loretta, but you're holler where she grew up is the most important part of her life. She said the butcher. Holler may be the most backwards part of the country. She's ever seen and she's seen the whole country. She says that she's the most backward person you ever saw. She says I never knew where babies came from until it happened to me, so she's got a great sense of humor. She's really really smart, and she's Hilarious, so let's kick things off by playing coal miner's daughter..

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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08:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Even know even if you did a movie now about the nineteen forties and fifties I don't know if they'd really got that. They'd be able to get that kind of thing again. It was just awesome but I'll make the comparison between the Book and the movie as We. We get into a little bit more The book was released in two thousand ten, and then the Loretta gave a little bit of a little extra at the beginning, talking about some things that she had done since the book came out nineteen seventy five, so one thing to keep in mind if I say maybe some like statistics about her. That I learned from the book. Keep in mind that if she got more awards after that this book came out nineteen, Seventy Five, and then I'll give you a rundown of what happened after the book. Up until now in her career, but if things are like, oh no, she got more than that or she actually one more. It's just because I'm taking at the time. and. That makes sense perfect. Yeah, our right, so we're GONNA. Talk about we're going to begin by talking about Loretta Laura's early life and one thing that people might not know about her. That's pretty interesting to just say. Right off. The Bat is that her musical career came much later on in her lifetime compared to many other musicians that we've talked about in the past in so there's a lot of episode here. That is just her life before becoming the. Country Music Star Loretta Lynn. Perfect can't wait good, so we're going to go to go back to Loretta Web. That's her maiden name growing up in butcher Holler now. One thing that I thought was interesting so butcher Holler was in the mountains of Kentucky, and she'd discussed the connection between Irish music and country music when I was listening to the country music lately even on these new radio stations. They do mention a lot. Kentucky is in a lot of their songs. interesting so I think if you would've asked me before. Like where country music originate, I probably would have been like I don't know. In the south, but I mean being Canadian as well. I think that learning these things we've kind of have to had. We've gotten a little bit of somewhat of an education geographically where music has come from I. Don't know absolutely anyways. mother sang a lot as did Loretta 's Mother's twin sister and it was his mother who taught her how to sing. Singing was a family thing and Laura's sister crystal sings on her own tours and her sister. Peggy sue does harmony with her, but Loretta was one of the oldest ones of of her siblings, so they came a little bit after her. So Loretta was raised with seven other children and. The oldest yet. Why, Ash. And since you know, she was close to the oldest, she was really had a responsibility in taking care of the children as well. Like team effort, right. She's like village. It certainly takes a village in this village was called Butcher Holler. Yeah, she was happy to be surrounded by family, and at the time that she wrote the book in a she had kids and grandkids, and she said that her house was like grand. Central, station. After many years of touring and everything you know. Thought, it was important that the readers know before getting into the book that she's her own cook. She does her own gardening. She plans her own vegetables and she pickles those vegetables. Living You know eventually kind of settling in on this ranch in Hurricane Mills Tennessee. There's actually a museum there and you can go online to Kentucky. Country Music Dot Com Lincoln in the show notes, and you can get a behind. The scenes look at the Loretta Lynn Ranch, and so if links we were to ever go back to Tennessee again. We could actually go and visit. If we wanted to. The so cool. Got To do another road trip sometime. after fifty two top ten hits, sixteen number one hits, and of course, this is an seventy five like I, said the these numbers could have changed and being in the music industry for over fifty years. She says it's still her fans that matter most of all. Yeah like I said she grew up in put your hyler. She grew up poor and says in some ways. That was the best part of my life learning how to survive. She said that even though she's got a million dollars in the bank, she could survive being poor again. So Luck I checked Loretta Lynn's worth. And is a little bit more than one million dollars. As most sixty five million dollars. Oh my goodness! Wow, yeah, so here's some other facts about Loretta. She was married when she wasn't even quite fourteen years old why? Yes she had. We'll get into that in more detail. She had four babies by the time she was eighteen and she was a grandmother at twenty nine Oh. My goodness so her husband pretty much said like I. raised you the way I wanted you to be. And she went from her father to her husband at age thirteen and so basically. Yeah, she was raised by her husband. My God wow. She put out a song. Nine hundred and seventy-five called the pill. Something she did not have in her day and if they did, she said I'd have been swallowing them like popcorn. Yeah. We are lucky to have a the pill. So no surprise, the man who ran the radio station. It's the at the time banned from being played. Wow, but we've got some story to get to before their. When Loretta eventually got to Nashville, this is just a little bit about country music. People called her and people who kind of saying the same kind of music. She did hillbilly singers, and hardly gave country music respect, and so she seen country music. Go uptown and she's proud that she was there when it happened In terms of writing the spunk. She says it wasn't like writing a song when she had an idea for a song, she scribbles it down on anything. That's handy and then sings until the words. Give her a song. She says people say I can't read or write because I've only got about a fourth grade education. But I can read and write some. I'm not pretending I know how to write a book, not even a book about me. She used an assistant writer and I know many people. Do I know what change they used what she could use a lesson in miss peas writing class. Yes and actually miss. P., I, don't I think we can say the name, but like just in case I would double check with her. Maybe on a part to it and say it, we'll see but miss. P. is actually being an assistant writer for someone and I think. The book is going to be huge huge. Oh, yeah, can't wait I can assist you writers. They are important. You know and yeah, hearst writer all like USA live in Kentucky, he visited the coal mines, and he speaks her language. He also traveled with her for a year and has been to butcher Holler so. She, told him that's George. We're GONNA have us a hardback book. Doggone, right? It's going to be a good book anything. I go.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Pantheon

"Even know even if you did a movie now about the nineteen forties and fifties I don't know if they'd really got that, they'd be able to get that kind of thing again. It was just awesome but I'll make the comparison between the Book and the movie as we get. Get into a little bit more The book was released in two thousand ten, and then the Loretta gave a little bit of a little extra at the beginning, talking about some things that she had done since the book came out nineteen seventy five, so one thing to keep in mind if I say maybe some like statistics about her that I learned from the book, keep in mind that if she got more awards after that this book came out nineteen, Seventy Five, and then I'll give you a rundown of what happened after the book. Up until now in her career, but if things are like, oh no, she got more than that or she actually one more. It's just because I'm taking at the time. And that makes sense perfect. Yeah! Alright, so we're GONNA. Talk about we're going to begin by talking about Loretta 's early life and one thing that people might not know about her. That's pretty interesting to just say. Right off. The Bat is that her musical career came much later on in her lifetime, compared to many other musicians that we've talked about in the past and so there's a lot of episode here. That is just her life. Before becoming the Country Music, Star Loretta Lynn. Perfect can't wait good, so we're going to go to go back to Loretta Web. That's her maiden name growing up in butcher. Holler now. One thing that I thought was interesting, so butcher Holler was in the mountains of Kentucky, and she'd discussed the connection between Irish music and country music when I was listening to the country music lately even on these new radio stations they do mention a lot. Kentucky is in a lot of their songs. interesting so I think if you would've asked me before like where country music originate like I probably would have been like I. Don't know if you somewhere in the south, but I mean being Canadian, as well I think that learning these things we've kind of have to had gotten a little bit of somewhat of an education geographically where music has come from I. Don't know absolutely anyways. mother sang a lot as did. Loretta 's Mother's twin sister and it was his mother who taught her how to sing. Singing was a family thing and Laura's sister crystal sings on her own tours and her sister. Peggy sue does harmony with her, but Loretta was one of the oldest ones of of her siblings, so they came a little bit after her, so Loretta was raised with seven other children and was. The oldest yet. Why Ash. And since you know, she was close to the oldest, she was really had a responsibility in taking care of the children as well. Like team effort, right. She's like village. It certainly takes a village in this village was called. Butcher Holler Yeah. She was happy to be surrounded by family and at the time that she wrote the book in a she had kids and grandkids, and she said that her house was like grand. Central Station. After many years of touring and everything you know. Thought. It was important that The readers know before getting into the book that she's her own cook. She does her own gardening. She plans her own vegetables and she pickles those vegetables. Living you know eventually kind of settling in on this ranch in Hurricane Mills Tennessee. There's actually a museum there, and you can go online to Kentucky. Country Music Dot Com Lincoln in the show notes, and you can get a behind the scenes look at the Loretta, Lynn Ranch, and so if links. We were to ever go back to Tennessee again. We could actually go and visit. If we wanted to. The so cool. Got To do another road trip sometime. after fifty two top ten hits, sixteen number one hits, and of course this is an seventy five I said the these members could have changed and being in the music industry for over fifty years. She says it's still her fans that matter most of all. Yeah like I said she grew up in put your hyler, she grew up poor and says in some ways. That was the best part of my life learning how to survive. She said that, even though she's got a million dollars in the bank, she could survive being poor again. So Luck I checked Loretta Lynn's network. And is a little bit more than one million dollars. As most sixty five million dollars. Oh my goodness. Wow, yeah, so here are some other facts about Loretta. She was married when she wasn't even quite fourteen years old why? Yes she had. We'll get into that in more detail. She had four babies by the time she was eighteen, and she was a grandmother at twenty nine Oh my goodness so her husband pretty much said like I raised you the way I wanted you to be. And she went from her father to her husband at age thirteen and so basically yeah, she was raised by her husband. My. God, Wow. She put out a song nine hundred and seventy-five called the pill. something. She did not have in her day and if they did, she said. I'd have been swallowing them like popcorn. We are very lucky to have a the pill. So no surprise, the man who ran the radio station. It's the at the time banned from being played. Wow, but we've got some story to get to before their. When Loretta eventually got to Nashville. This is just a little bit about country music. People called her and people who kind of saying the same kind of music. She did hillbilly singers, and hardly gave country music respect, and so she seen country music. Go uptown and she's proud that she was there when it happened In terms of writing, the spunk shows. It wasn't like writing a song when she had an idea for a song, she scribbles it down on anything that's handy and then sings until the words. Give her a song. She says. People say I can't read or write because I've only got about a fourth grade education. But I can read and write. Some I'm not pretending I know how to write a book, not even a book about me. She used an assistant writer and I know many people. Do I know what they used what she could Use a lesson in Miss Peas writing. Class. Yes and Actually Miss.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hello and welcome to muses. I'm Sean T and I am links. And this is the podcast that is about women in music. All about the dolls, the women the group is the wives. The musicians themselves the photographers journalists. We cover everything here and we love it for those who might be new welcome. And for those who might be like the dolls, what are you talking about? Who are the dolls? Do you want? Explain maybe for some newcomers who the dolls are. Oh Jeez. Oh, Jeez well. For me, the dolls just represent all of the women in music in general that we have such a connection to. And of course there's the other dolls that were a part of which is Miss Pamelas Group of women, and how many of us are, there must be like over hundred at this point. We're all over spread all over the world. Yeah and Yeah, it's just this ever-growing connection of incredible women and women who love music and women who participate in one way or another and Yeah, just a beautiful groupie doll community. Awesome. That's a great way to explain it and Miss Pamela debar who who we were talking about has recently interviewed Alice Cooper, so you'll want to head over to her podcast. Pamela Bars Pajama Party also on the Pantheon podcast network, and you're GONNA want to check out everything that she's put out to date in watch out for that. Alice Cooper episode. It's going to be an amazing one. Oh, I can't wait to hear it. She really influenced him and his look. The GTO's did so I'm sure they're going to have a great discussion. That's right, and if you're looking for more muses, you can head over to our patriotic. That's patron dot com slash muses podcast. We release videos. We release audio. We do both and I've recently put up a little pole, so our patrons are going to decide on my next episode I gave them. A couple of choices and one is definitely ranking higher than the other one, so I won't spoil it. It for Lincoln have you if you'd like later, go onto our Patriot and see I think he's going to be pretty clear. Who My next episode is going to be so there's little things like that. We do in there, and if you're feeling like supporting us with a monthly tip two dollars, sometimes, we give you some of the videos and stuff as well and then five dollars gets you. Now videos and an episode on the alternate weeks when we're not releasing for free on Pantheon Network and on Apple podcasts, and all those places that you get your podcast, so we just WANNA. Yes, say once again. Thank you to all of our patriotic years and we have a couple of new ones, too. Yes, so we want to welcome kate. Want to welcome Ellen and we want to welcome the mysterious library fine. I don't know who you are library fine protocol. Jelly you. Yes, yeah, we really appreciate all the support that we get from you guys through Patriot Fan through instagram's through everything we, we love hearing from you all and yet keep coming and I've been told by our team that they do like it. When you do and you could be so kind to leave us a nice review. We would really appreciate it without further is a hassle do Oh yes, let's talk about the farm so I have been living out in the country for about two. Two weeks now, and it's amazing. It is restful. It is wonderful being out in nature, and the cats are really happy. There's lots of things being built here. There's always something to do. I just hung some fresh laundry up on the line today. Just live in that country. Dream Yeah pretty much were currently fixing up a nineteen seventy-two airstream land yacht trailer, so were hanging out a summer out there I'm in a house in the house recording right now, but when I'm not. Inside outside just yeah, fixing up trailer, things or reading or having a fire things like that and we don't have any running water out in the trailer so when I have to do dishes I well water, and I said outside, and I do my dishes, so you know I'm Kinda. Sitting pretty close to the ground, and it just feels really. Feels, great feels pretty back basics. I guess yeah. We were talking on our last Patriot on about how you have family that are kind of country folk and you always spent summers there, and this sounds very much like a pullback to your childhood and visiting them and I. Know How much that meant to you, so it's great to see you enjoying yourself out there and enjoying the sun and just fixing up that trailer. It looks really great so far Oh thank you. Yep! I. Definitely have a soft spot in my heart for living out in the country and this kind of inspired this episode I wanted to take the. The opportunity to get to know a little bit of country music a little bit more I. wanted the opportunity to listen to some really good country music. It's funny because we'll alternate bid to clean the Oldies, and then some new country and the same kind of ten new country songs play on the radio. We kind of know them off by hard this point, but yeah, there's something really special about pretty raw stuff that you're going to hear a lot of in this episode. So this episode is about the One and only Loretta Lynn. I've been really looking forward to hearing about her because I honestly don't know that much I. I do remember watching the movie like many many moons ago and I can't really fully remember it. I remember it being worthwhile, though, but I feel like this is like the perfect time for you to be doing. Loretta, and it makes perfect sense that this kind of came together at this moment and yeah I'm pumped. Will good I think as I do the episode? You'll probably remember the movie, So the movie was based on the book and this book is is what this episode was taken from, and the book is called Coal Miner's daughter. The book came out in Nineteen, seventy, five, which I was surprised because it was the. The book is sold out on a lot of the you know the INDIGO. Amazon's wherever you can find your books so I got it. I got the e version, and then I watched the movie after I finished the Brooklyn the episode and that movie came out in Nineteen Eighty starring Sissy, space AC and Loretta Lynn Handpicked Sissy to play her sec- followed runaround around for a year. Her Tommy Lee Jones plays Laura's 's husband. Do the movie holds up I really like movies from the eighties as well, that was all you know I tend to really enjoy movies to before all of the green screens and CGI annoying. I tend to like the pace of those movies a little bit better, so t Jane I watched together, and he's a pretty harsh critic, but he really liked the movie as well. Yeah, I mean back then you really had to rely on story a lot more. It's not like Oh. Look at this thing exploding in the background. Right like it was the story that brings you in, so it makes that makes perfect sense and I agree with you. Yeah there's a scene in the movie where the really. Kind of old fashioned classic train comes towards them. They're standing there. Standing at the train station in the you know. The coal train come comes up, and the steam is coming up and it was just so cool to see that like you never see that I don't.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello and welcome to muses I'm Sean T and I am links. And this is the podcast that is about women in music. All about the dolls, the women the group is the wives. The musicians themselves the photographers journalists. We cover everything here and we love it for those who might be new welcome. And for those who might be like the dolls, what are you talking about? who were the dolls? Do you WanNa explain maybe for some newcomers who the dolls are. Oh Jeez. Oh Jeez well. For me, the dolls just represent all of the women in music in general that we have such a connection to. And of course there's the other dolls that were a part of which is Miss Pamelas Group of women, and how many of us are, there must be like over hundred at this point. We're all over spread all over the world. Yeah and yeah, it's just this ever-growing connection of incredible women and women who love music and women who participate in one way or another and Yeah, just a beautiful groupie dog community. Awesome. That's a great way to explain it and Miss Pamela debar. Who who we were talking about has recently interviewed Alice Cooper so. You'll want to head over to her podcast Pamela Bars Pajama Party also on the Pantheon podcast network, and you're gonNA. Want to check out everything that she's put out to date in watch out for that. Alice Cooper episode. It's going to be an amazing one. Oh, I can't wait to hear it. She really influenced him and his look. The GTO's did so. I'm sure they're going to have a great discussion. That's right, and if you're looking for more muses, you can head over to our patriotic. That's patron dot com slash muses podcast. We release videos. We release audio. We do both and I've recently put up a little pole, so our patrons are going to decide on my next episode. I gave them a couple of choices and one is definitely ranking higher than the other one so I won't spoil it. It for Lincoln. Have you if you'd like later, go onto our patriot and see i. think he's going to be pretty clear. Who My next episode is going to be so there's little things like that. We do in there, and if you're feeling like supporting us with a monthly tip two dollars, sometimes, we give you some of the videos and stuff as well and then five dollars gets you. Now videos and an episode on the alternate weeks when we're not releasing for free on Pantheon Network and on Apple podcasts, and all those places that you get your podcast, so we just WanNa yes, say once again. Thank you to all of our patriotic members and we have a couple of new ones, too. Yes, so we want to welcome kate. Want to welcome Ellen and we want to welcome the mysterious library fine. I don't know who you are library fine protocol. Jelly you. Yes, yeah. We really appreciate all the support that we get from you guys through Patriot Fan through instagram's through everything we, we love hearing from you all and yet keep coming and I've been told by our team that they do like it. When you do and you could be so kind to leave us a nice review. We would really appreciate it. Without further is a hassle firm. Do Oh, yes, let's talk about the farm so I have been living out in the country for about two weeks now, and it's amazing. It is restful. It is wonderful being out in nature, and the cats are really happy. There's lots of things being built here. There's always something. Something to do I just hung some fresh laundry up on the line today. Just live in that country dream. Yeah pretty much were currently fixing up a nineteen seventy-two airstream land yacht trailer, so were hanging out a summer out there I'm in a house in the house recording right now, but when I'm not working inside outside. Just yeah, fixing up trailer, things or reading or having a fire things like that and we don't have any running water out in the trailer so when I have to do dishes I well water, and I said outside, and I do my dishes, so you know I'm Kinda, sitting pretty close to the ground, and it just feels really. Feels great feels pretty basics I guess. Yeah, we were talking on our last Patriot on about how you have family that are kind of country folk and you always spent summers there, and this sounds very much like a pullback to your childhood and visiting them and I. Know How much that meant to you, so it's great to see you enjoying yourself out there and enjoying the sun, and just fixing up that trailer. It looks really great so far oh. Thank you. Yep! I definitely have a soft spot in my heart for living out in the country and this kind of inspired this episode I wanted to take the opportunity. Opportunity to get to know a little bit of country music, a little bit more I wanted the opportunity to listen to some really good country music. It's funny because we'll alternate bid to clean the Oldies, and then some new country and the same kind of ten new country songs play on the radio. We kind of know them off by hard at this point, but yeah, there's something really special about that pretty raw stuff that you're going to hear a lot of in this episode. So this episode is about the one and only. Loretta Lynn. I've been really looking forward to hearing about her. Because I honestly don't know that much. Much I do remember watching the movie like many many moons ago and I can't really fully remember it I remember it being worthwhile, though but I feel like this is like the perfect time for you to be doing Loretta, and it makes perfect sense that this kind of came together at this moment and yeah. I'm pumped. Will good I think as I do the episode? You'll probably remember the movie, So the movie was based on the book and this book is is what this episode was taken from, and the book is called coal. Miner's daughter. The book came out in Nineteen, seventy, five, which I was surprised because it was. Was the book is sold out on a lot of the you know. The Indigo Amazon's wherever you can find your books so I. got it. I got the e version, and then I watched the movie after I finished the Brooklyn the episode and that movie came out in Nineteen Eighty starring Sissy Space AC and Loretta. Lynn handpicked Sissy to play her sec- followed runaround around for a year. Her Tommy Lee Jones plays Laura's 's husband. Do the movie holds up I really like movies from the eighties as well. That was all you know. I tend to really enjoy movies to before all of the green screens and CGI annoying. I tend to like the pace of those movies a little bit better, so t, Jane I watched together, and he's a pretty harsh critic, but he really liked the movie as well. Yeah, I mean back then. You really had to rely on story a lot more. It's not like Oh. Look at this thing exploding in the background. Right like it was the story that brings you in, so it makes that makes perfect sense and I agree with you. Yeah there's a scene in the movie where the really? Kinda old fashioned classic train comes towards them. They're standing there. Standing at the train station in the you know. The coal train come comes up, and the steam is coming up and it was just so cool to see that like you never see that I don't.

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What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

Inside Podcasting

05:57 min | Last month

What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

"Hello and welcome to fight podcasting the show in which. Discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. This is a post show episode in which two very special guests will talk to me about last week's episode in which I interviewed Dolly Pardons America producer. Mo only if you haven't heard that episode, I recommend going back and listening to it before you listen to this one that way, our conversation may make a little bit more sense. Today on the show I have with me, the two people most likely to remember my obsession with Dolly Parton. My wonderful parents welcome to the show, mom and Dad Hey. Hi there. Thank you so much for saying yes. Welcome On this kind of show you guys get to ask me questions. I have the first question here ready to go all right dad. Right. Do you feel a part of dollars America? That is a really good question Yes, I think am I mean I must be one hundred percent because I'm a fan, so I think by default that makes me part of her America, because you know I know who she is. I adore her like so many others. Of course that begs the question like what is Dolly, Parton America, and I think one of the points that she made in last week's episode was that Dolly is sort of this prison for everyone else's story? And I'm not sure that I have a particular story to tell but I think that the aura surrounding Dolly is sort of like. Everyone can be part of it. No matter what walk of life you come from and so I guess in that regard. Be Part of Dolly Parton America. She talked about the feelings of otherness enduring during her show. Do you resonate with that at all? I probably don't if I'm being really honest and. That's because I am very privileged in my life, so you know I am female. I'm white. I've had opportunities that many many people don't get to have. I went to college. I got a good job after college. I sort of did the things that I expected I would do. Thus far in my life. But I think that the way that I can relate with that was what Shima said about how she and Chad are both first generation Americans and you are a first generation American, Dad. And so you know what it made me think, and even in the show, because during the show Jad talks about how her dollies Tennessee Mountain home, reminds his father of his home. Overseas, you know of course I couldn't help but think about our family home in northern Finland, so of course I thought about like the listener. Any listener to this doesn't know is that I grew up going to Finland with you every summer and you know spending many many many many days. Not Whole Lot to do kind of like the countryside of Finland in this tiny town with a population of eight hundred people, where almost no one spoke English, and then of course I would spend a lot of time in Helsinki as well where people did, but you know I remember the excitement that I had the day that you got your citizenship when we were living in Hawaii. I remember you wore a suit and that was a big deal because you were is most of the time. So. You know I remember that feeling, but I don't ever feel I can't say that I ever felt other, but I. Think I knew that you at times felt authored. What about you? Well I guess what I was wondering about is. Dolly is also a what I would call a country girl. you got to know people who were definitely from the country, not from the city. That's true. Maybe I speculate that that may have had something to do with your level of comfort with Dali. Oh. That's interesting. Also expressed some interest in Loretta Lynn during that time. I loved Laura Adeline and I think I I remember i. read the Book About Her. Was the book called? Coal, miner's daughter, I don't know. I did identify with those two, but I don't know I can't like point to a memory where I connected those two things myself. You Know My love for them like I. Really Loved Donna Summer at the same time. She's not from the country and I think honestly I think. They spoke to my infatuation with Glamour, and even though I knew that they were from the country. It's sort of like they were like these unimaginable. Creatures all three of those women. They were like such a shiny thing, and then I love the music and I love to dance, but I think that I always had an interest in people who are different than me, and that's why like when we were in the countryside in Finland like I could hang out with Vinnie me. Who is the violin player? You know for hours or make friends with the girl who lived across the street Rita, even though we. We didn't speak the same language, and like really enjoy those people because it was like exposing me to this completely different way of life. You know just a way of life that I wasn't familiar with and I think that in a way Dali Donna. It sort of showed me a completely different slice of

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on KCRW

"Is Tuesday April fourteenth the singer Loretta Lynn is eighty eight years old today the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump plans to introduce an economic task force today he says it'll work to create a plan to re open the country's economy trump says he is the only person who has the authority to reopen the US amid the pandemic and B. R. Scott Detrow has more president trump says he has ultimate authority to ease travel and work restrictions many governors disagree to interstate compacts have now formed one of the west coast and the other on the east coast governors in those states representing more than one hundred million people say they'll coordinate on their own decisions to begin to return to normal NPR's Scott Detrow one governor who is not part of one of the state compacts also contradicts president trump Illinois governor JB Pritzker explains the decision to re open state economies is a power held by governors the reality is that the president does not have the authority to tell the states what to do in this regard we put the executive orders in place were the ones who are responsible for the safety and health of the people of our state and and I think the governors that you've heard from over the last day I have done a very good job of that Pritzker spoke to NPR's morning edition the corona virus pandemic cut Chinese exports during the first quarter of this year and here's Emily Feng says the exports were down by more than eleven percent data released for China's first quarter of trade should imports dropped as well by point seven percent total trade with the US dropped even more by eighteen point three percent China put in place of fear locked on measures and hundreds of millions of people starting in late January as an outbreak of the new coronavirus picked up steam ultimately sickening with an eighty thousand people in China nearly a quarter of a million businesses closed permanently as a result of the ensuing economic slowdown China's first quarter GDP data is set to be announced Friday analysts are expecting a six to ten percent contraction in China's economy from the same time last year Emily Feng NPR news will hand China more than thirty people were killed in the past two days by severe storms are created tornadoes in the south and east cobie Vance of Mississippi public broadcasting says eleven people were killed in Mississippi in the town of bass feel Mississippi emergency responders and community volunteers are clearing debris and assessing damages to homes and businesses city alderman Angie Ladner has been working around the clock helping residents who have been displaced I got a lot of things that out last night but we still have a big team out there today clearing out things I think they're finding more and more there's been so many people that have combined you need to keep it or stay in my home the gal I have nothing I have nothing to happen close I have United in lander says recovery operations could last throughout the week the red cross and the Mississippi emergency management agency our system residents in finding shelter and essentials for NPR news I'm Kobe dance in Jackson Mississippi there were storm deaths in South Carolina Georgia and North Carolina H. and P. R. California governor Gavin Newsom is allocating forty two million dollars to shore up the state's foster care system during the pandemic and beers Liz Baker reports foster families will receive additional payments of two hundred dollars a month Newsom's announcement comes as the state enters week four of a stay at home order that has slowed the spread of coronavirus in California but has also kept at risk kids out of school and away from support networks and mandatory reporters of child abuse of those referrals are down those in home visits are down as a consequence of the virus but what not what is not down as our garden our commitment and resolve the funding also extends eligibility for the nearly two hundred foster youths each month who would otherwise age out of the program allowing them to keep current living arrangements and food security in the midst of the global pandemic Liz Baker and your news Los Angeles North Korea has test fired several missiles from its east coast today this is the fifth such a test launches so far this year it comes a day ahead of a north Korean national holiday marking the birth of the country's founder Kim il sung it also comes a day ahead of national elections in South Korea the United Nations is releasing two and a half million dollars for emergency aid to help people in the Pacific nation of Vanuatu some of the nation's biggest islands were struck by a deadly powerful cyclone April sixth destroying hundreds of homes schools and businesses the U. N. reports more than two dozen people have been killed survivors on the island urgently need shelter food water and medicine I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include I drive maker of remote PC providing remote access.

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Loretta Lynn declares country music is 'dead': 'I'm getting mad about it'

Jason and Alexis

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Loretta Lynn declares country music is 'dead': 'I'm getting mad about it'

"Okay when it comes to country music legend singer Loretta Lynn believes it's dead Loretta has and held nothing back during her time on the vocal point with Martina McBride Prague castle she says that country music is completely losing it she's eighty seven years old she thinks it's a sad situation because we should never let country music die she became a legend in nineteen sixty one to record her first song funky

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Letter, Len Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground as writer that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She still sold. Forty eight million albums wrote an autobiography by the became an Academy Award winning film gotta presidential medal of freedom. Inspire generations of songwriters is working to this day. Here's the great Loretta Lynn's. Don't come home, drink and with love and on your mind. Be you. You now. The liquor just. God. You don't need. No. Along with Chris Eldridge on pedal. Steel ish guitar, wishing Loretta Lynn, happy birthday. Hey, it was Herbie Hancock's.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loretta Lynn, Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground. As a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She still sold. Forty eight million albums wrote an autobiography a biography that became an Academy Award winning film got a presidential medal of freedom. Inspire generations of songwriters is working to this day. Here's the grave, Loretta Lynn's. Don't come home drink in with love and on your mind. You. They just. You don't need. No. Along with Chris.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mind the the one at Hyde, commensurate high commensurate music stand I didn't know was Loretta Lynn's birthday Actual day I. Don't know that they looked, at it they had a bit of a, Google I think it's this day, I love Loretta Lynn I'm thinking of Sissy. Space but I love I love Lorenzo and bat but I'm thinking? Of sissies basic but I'm. Under the impression I love Loretta Lynn I'm. Thinking of sissies space Anyway I was told multiple. Times not to work blue no profanity as there are families, in cars with children listening and, I want to assure. You I don't like vulgarity I don't. Like that kind of talk I have no wish. To sully the queen's. English she's been through enough what with. Brexit don't get me. Started we don't have time. I hear there's a. Clock, I don't see. It oh there. It is it's counting. Up we're at Fifty-seven seconds Just, because people at. In the cars. But the car kids Just want. Them to know I'm sorry I'm not a strong joke writer I'm. Very sorry about that that that's not great news for you and, it's been a real problem for me, since nineteen eighty five but I'm not a. Strong joke writer but I think I'd be at a filibuster I, believe that about myself because I'm extremely chatty and there's tangents and I always wear, sensible shoes with orthotics But I I don't have children because I'm risk averse it's that, simple I'm risk averse it's truly that's simple Too. Many contingencies and. Who could factored. In the slender man What now there's. The lender man. Is just too. Much they could go. Round it's a me I'm not fully. You look confused me I'm not really sure what is it it's a mean And also I've never wanted to, be married because I don't want. To be forced to hide purchasers which seems.

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"loretta lynn" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"loretta lynn" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Coffee Anyway as long as. We're in the Loretta Lynn. Department the brother of is leeann and Christo gale has passed away, eighty-three-year-old Herman web crystal Gayle. Posted a tribute to a brother on Facebook, saying, he died, surrounded by his children he lived in Van Leer Kentucky was known. For being the curator of the butcher hollow homestead where they all grew. Up a cabin was made famous in Loretta song coal miner's daughter and Herman gave tours himself to the fans who visited every year crystal Gayle paid tribute to. Her brother with a post. On Instagram quote, some of you may, know Herman from the Cavaliers tour she gave of the. Homes have rather our home in Kentucky or from his days performing with his band he was a great. Musician I called Herman the sheriff of butcher hollow even found him. A badge to make it official? I know he is now Now, and forever sheriff in, heaven we love and miss you Herman Herman web this. Is quite an interesting family The right lane crystal Gayle I think crystal deal as one of those fabulous. Voices a lot of talent, and, her hair. All the way down her back Everything everything about her. Attracted sort of the right amount of attention you know what I mean Listen this new decide gouging make here Brown eyes crime we're gonna make your Brown eyes blue, crystal. Gayle here in the music focus on the DJ program at. Twenty eight past the hour Blue.

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Reba McEntire returns strong as host of ACM Awards

Lori and Julia

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Reba McEntire returns strong as host of ACM Awards

"Little thing she said why do think it's interesting entertainer the year five men where the women oh really no women were waiting women were nominated for entertainer leary's this year was a man mana palu that just seems unbelievable because the top my top three performances were carry a major would pretty cry that new cry pretty maranda lambert singing her song plane or guitar signed by loretta lynn and then reba and kelly at the end together was that they're good song that we love i can't think of the song's name but you know reba used to be kelly's motherinlaw the yeah yeah yeah and then keith urban winning with carrie underwood he also performed and he was really really good as always but here's reba mcentire joking about as em's this year i'm following some guys who've done such a great job is host luke and darks and before that luke and blake i guess they finally figured out that it only takes one woman to do the job the two men i really do love you both really all three of you a lot has happened since the last acm awards jason aldean's has a new baby god has twins chris stapleton expecting twins i guess what happened in vegas comes out national nine months later and later in the show she updated everybody 'cause chris stapleton wasn't a couple of words they had twin boys that night last night entertainer of the year was jason aldean's i just never forget about him making out with the lady who's now his while he was married to his high school sweetheart bhagat long gossip memories.

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