Legendary country singer Loretta Lynn died Tuesday at age 90, leaving a legacy of more than six decades of boundary-breaking music. In 2019, several generations of Nashville stars came out for a concert celebrating Lynn on her birthday. Jeffrey Brown was there and talked to Lynn about her life and career, beginning with her roots in the tiny coal-mining community of Butcher Holler, Kentucky.
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