Country legend Loretta Lynn hospitalized after stroke

Country legend Loretta Lynn hospitalized after stroke

NASHVILLE – Loretta Lynn, 85, has been hospitalized after a stroke, but is conscious and should be able to recover completely, her agents said on Friday.

Loretta Lynn was hospitalized Thursday night in Nashville, the birthplace of country music, “after having a stroke at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee,” they said in a statement on her official website.

The singer, who had just celebrated her 85th birthday, “is currently receiving care and is conscious, she should recover completely.”

Born a Kentucky coal miner’s daughter, Lynn had a string of hits starting in the 1960s with the biographical “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” “The Pill,” and “One’s on the Way.” Her songs reflect pride in her humble background and speak frankly of her experiences.

Loretta Lynn
Loretta Lynn

Her tour, which was announced throughout the United States until November, must however be postponed on the advice of his doctors, he said, on his website, where future dates should be announced when they are know

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7 thoughts on “Country legend Loretta Lynn hospitalized after stroke

  1. ending Love and Prayers …..She has given so much of herself to country music and her fans…..let us lift her up in Prayer and a Speedy Healthy recovery……WE LOVE YOU LORETTA!!

  2. In my thoughts and Prayers Loretta Lynn…I grew up listening to you..and Conway Twitty.. You and Conway are and always will be my #1 in Country music!!
    God Bless.

  3. I love listening to Loretta sing! Will be praying for a full recovery! I’ve been to both hurricane mills and butcher holler and loved them both! Spend some time with family and enjoy all of your grandkids! You will always be the queen of country music! I’m an old soul and I too grew up in a holler in Tennessee lol!

  4. Keeping you in prayers for a quick recovery! You are loved and admired by so many around this world! Thank you for the lifetime of amazing music you have shared!!

  5. Thoughts and prayers are with you lovely lady you’ve you’ve given more than 50 years of your beautiful entertainment now it’s time for you to take care of you don’t worry you will never be forgotten but now may be the time you need to think of you and take care of yourself we’re all praying for you and I’m sure we probably all have the same opinion don’t we folks

    1. I hope loretta gets well soon i live her music and i will pray for her i have always been wanting to meet liretta she is my favorate country singer i love you loretta lynn always and forever

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