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Loretta Lynn Will Drop Her 50th Studio Album In March, And It Will Feature Some Big Names

Loretta Lynn Will Drop Her 50th Studio Album In March, And It Will Feature Some Big Names
Posted at 11:25 AM, Jan 11, 2021

To mark the 50th anniversary of her No. 1 Billboard country chart hit “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” Loretta Lynn shared some exciting news. The 88-year-old music legend announced the impending release of her 50th studio album, “Still Woman Enough.”

Set to release on March 19, the 13-song collection includes collaborations with some of the biggest female names in country music, including Carrie Underwood, Margo Price, Reba McEntire and Tanya Tucker.

“I am just so thankful to have some of my friends join me on my new album. We girl singers gotta stick together,” Lynn said in a statement on her website. “It’s amazing how much has happened in the fifty years since ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter’ first came out and I’m extremely grateful to be given a part to play in the history of American music.”

Lynn has also been spreading the word – and the country love – on her Twitter page.

On January 5, Lynn shared a clip of the video for a new version of “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” which is of course included on the album.

Here’s the full tracklist for “Still Woman Enough,” which is available for pre-order now:

  • “Still Woman Enough” (featuring Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood)
  • “Keep On The Sunny Side”
  • “Honky Tonk Girl”
  • “I Don’t Feel At Home Any More”
  • “Old Kentucky Home”
  • “Coal Miner’s Daughter Recitation”
  • “One’s On The Way” (featuring Margo Price)
  • “I Wanna Be Free”
  • “Where No One Stands Alone”
  • “I’ll Be All Smiles Tonight”
  • “I Saw The Light
  • “My Love”
  • “You Ain’t Woman Enough” (featuring Tanya Tucker)

One of the most awarded musicians of all time, Lynn was the first woman to be named the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year in 1972. She’s won four Grammys and has been inducted into more music Halls of Fame than any female recording artist. In October 2020, she received the honor of being the first woman to have a statue outside the legendary Grand Ole Opry venue, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

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