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Our family appreciates your prayers, love and support.Loretta Lynn "Lorrie" Morgan (born June 27, 1959) is an American country music singer.
Lynn’s website says she is responsive and expected to make a full recovery.At a crucial moment in Coal Miner’s Daughter, the Oscar-winning 1980 Loretta Lynn biopic, Lynn (played indelibly by Sissy Spacek) is more or less pushed onstage for the first time at a smoky honky-tonk by her glad-handing husband and soon-to-be-manager Doo (Tommy Lee Jones). She may have gone onstage that night a timid, naïve, unknown Kentucky housewife who first picked up a guitar at 24, but she left it… Variations on this scene can be found in countless musical biographies.It’s incredibly satisfying as drama and as confirmation of pop mythology.It says Lynn has been advised by doctors to stay off the road while she recuperates, and upcoming scheduled shows will be postponed.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.Her 1977 autobiography was made into a popular movie that brought an Oscar for Sissy Spacek's portrayal of the singer.
The result: “Nashville Or Bust,” a series of essays about seminal country artists.
in 1932, making the icon 80-years-old, instead of 77 as previously suspected.
Even more suspicious is the year on her marriage license to her late husband, O. “Mooney” Lynn, which shows the two tied the knot on Jan. This proves that the singer was married just shy of her 16th birthday, not at 13 as told in ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter.’ Though Lynn isn’t the first celebrity to fudge their age, many critics question the singer’s motives behind the discrepancy, considering that the events of her teenage years were woven deeply into the movie’s plot.
Lynn’s sister, the Grammy-winning singer Crystal Gayle, said in a statement emailed by her publicist, “Many of you have heard that my sister, Loretta Lynn, had a stroke.
She’s a strong woman and I know she’ll come out of this.
Before 1980, it was relatively easy for audiences to pretend country didn’t exist or at the very least represented a marginal genre.