Loretta Lynn: Coal Miner's Daughter

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Regnery, 1976 - Music - 204 pages
A down-home story of a down-home girl. Loretta Lynn, darling of country music fans, tells in her own words of her youth in Butcher Holler, Kentucky; her marriage at 14 to Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn; being a grandmother at age 29; and her rise to country music's Best Female Vocalist. She comes off as a simple person, caught up in the whirlwind of fame, yet wishing to spend more time with her family.

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I have to admit, I knew next to nothing about Loretta Lynn before reading this book. I was aware she was a famous country music singer, but I couldn’t have named any of her songs off the top of my ... Read full review

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In 1970, country music legend Loretta Lynn released "Coal Miner's Daughter," a song that tells the story of her life. I read the book a number of years ago but kept hearing good things about the ... Read full review

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Butcher Holler
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Daddy
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Mommy
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