Kentucky music legend, Loretta Lynn, has posted an update on her Facebook page today in regards to her health, new music, and future music plans. Her album, Wouldn’t It Be Great, was to be released on August 18th, but has been moved back. The album was produced by John Carter Cash and her daughter, Patsy Lynn Russell. It includes newer updated
Country Music Hall of Fame member, Loretta Lynn, will soon be getting her own exhibit on display. The exhibit will showcase Loretta Lynn’s artifacts, costumes, and personal items from six decades in the music business. It will open on August 25, 2017 and be on display through June 2018. “I am so happy the Country Music Hall of Fame has
This Saturday night, the Oak Ridge Boys will take the stage in front of a sold out audience at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center. It is an annual event for the group, alongside their trip to the Kentucky State Fair in August. This year marks the 41st time that the Oak Ridge Boys will be performing at the Kentucky State Fair.
Marty Stuart – via Marty’s Facebook Page Grand Ole Opry star and multiple Grammy Award winner Marty Stuart has amassed one of the largest private collections of memorabilia documenting country-music history. The Library of Congress announced in mid-May that the world’s largest library has acquired hundreds of hours of historic country-music footage, recordings and other audio-visual materials from Stuart’s vast
Hank Williams, Sr. – from Country Music Hall of Fame The Pulitzer Prize Board has awarded a posthumous Special Citation to country music icon Hank Williams for his lifetime achievement as a musician, Columbia University announced today. The citation praises Williams for “his craftsmanship as a songwriter who expressed universal feelings with poignant simplicity and played a pivotal role in