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Loretta Lynn has been pushing the limits of country music since her debut on the Nashville country music scene in the 1960s. Lynn made a name for herself with songs about working-class women and the issues they faced including "The Pill," "Rated X" and "Dear Uncle Sam," songs considered controversial and even banned by some radio stations. Dubbed "The First Lady of Country music," today Lynn's living up to her title, still giving fans a chance to see the country star perform LIVE, making Loretta Lynn tickets a must-have.
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Loretta Lynn Concert Tickets

Loretta Lynn has been a mainstay of the country music scene since the 1960s, and her raspy, down-home vocals have made her a national icon across all genres. Loretta Lynn's been a member of The Grand Ole Opry House for more than 50 years, and has been performing for nearly as long. Growing up in a small Kentucky town, Lynn sang in her church choir, and it wasn't until the songstress was in her 30s and lived in Washington that she began performing her own tunes in local clubs. Loretta Lynn tickets are still cherished by long-time fans, even though she has been in the industry for decades.

Lynn was signed by Zero Records in 1959 and released the track "I'm a Honky Tonk Girl" with the label. After reaching mild success with the song, Loretta Lynn set down roots in Nashville to work with brothers Doyle and Teddy Wilburn, and was later signed to Decca Records. In 1962, the chart-topping hit "Success" boosted her into stardom. In just four years, Lynn released 13 top ten songs, four of which were No. 1.

While recording and releasing iconic songs in the mid-1970s, Loretta Lynn published an autobiography, "Coal Miner's Daughter," which was adapted as a movie in the 1980s. Although Lynn slipped out of the spotlight for a few years, the success of the movie made her a household name. In 2010 Song Music released a new Album Coal Mine's Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn featuring singers Reba McEntire, Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood and Paramore covering some of her biggest hits. The lead single, "Coal Miner's Daughter" earned a top spot on the Billboard singles chart, making Loretta Lynn the first female country recording artist to make the list in nearly 60 years. Don't miss your chance to see her perform LIVE. Buy your Loretta Lynn tickets today!