Alan Jackson Tributes to the late Loretta Lynn during Lynn’s public memorial service Sunday evening (October 30), Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Celebration of the Life and Music of Loretta Lynn.
The 2022 CMT Artist of a Lifetime gave an emotional performance of “Where Her Heart Has Always Been,” a song she wrote for her late mother, Ruth, when she died, in memory of the late “You Ain’t Woman Enough.” the singer
“And I hear the rose singing / A blue bird softly flaps its wings / The sun seemed brighter than ever / And now she’s dancing in the air / With her true love / Where her heart has always been,” Jackson sang on the chorus, chanting in unison. Sound.
Before performing the tune, Jackson expressed his gratitude to the Lynn family for allowing him to honor the country music icon and shared how Lynn often reminded him of his late mother.
“Both were outgoing, sweet and genuine and would tell you what was on their mind,” Jackson said.
After hearing the news of Lynn’s death, Jackson took to social media to remember the late Country Music Hall of Famer.
Jackson wrote, “Sweet @lorettalynnofficial, there will never be another honky tonk girl like you. “I’ll miss you.”
Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Celebration of the Life and Music of Loretta Lynn Alan Jackson, Brandi Carlile, Darius Rucker, George Strait, The Highmen Carlile, Amanda Shires + Natalie Hemby with Brittany Spencer, Jack White, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Margo Price, Amy Russell + Lucas Nelson, Tanya Tucker and Gaither Vocal Band + Winona with Larry Strickland.
The public memorial service was co-hosted by Jenna Bush Hager and included heartfelt messages from Barbara Mandrell, Darius Rucker, Faith Hill, Hoda Kotb, Martina McBride, Sheryl Crow and Tim McGraw. Additionally, Dolly Parton, Kacey Musgraves, Marty Stewart, Miranda Lambert, Reba, Sissy Spacek and Taylor Swift shared sweet video tributes.
In loving memory of Loretta Lynn’s life and legacy, the Loretta Lynn Foundation exists to establish, preserve, and raise public awareness of Loretta Lynn’s historical and cultural contributions and the cultural contributions of country music as a genre. , and to maintain an educational and recreational facility for the general public through which to give and serve others. For more information and to donate, visit foundation.lorettalynn.com or text LORETTA to 53-555.
Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Celebration of the Life and Music of Loretta Lynn Airs live and commercial-free on CMT and SiriusXM’s Willie’s Roadhouse: Willie Nelson’s Classic Country (Channel 59).
Loretta Lynn died on Tuesday, October 4 at the age of 90 “Our precious mother, Loretta Lynn, passed away peacefully in her sleep this morning, October 4th, at home on her beloved farm in Hurricane Mills,” the Lynn family shared.
He was later laid to rest on Friday, October 7 at his farm in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.
During her iconic 60-year career, Lynne has a staggering 51 Top 10 hits and 16 No. 1 hits to her name, including “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “Fist City” and “Don’t Come Home A’ Drinkin’ (With Love). in your mind).” He has sold over 45 million albums worldwide.
Lynn has earned every accolade available in music, from GRAMMY Awards to induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. He has won four Grammy Awards, seven American Music Awards and eight Country Music Association Awards. Lynn was the first woman to win the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Awards Entertainer of the Year.
He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1988, the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2008, and was awarded the Kennedy Center Honors in 2003 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013.
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