2018 CMT Artists of the Year: 9 Moments That Proved the Power of Country’s Women
There's an open dialogue happening in the country music industry about the gap women face, particularly at radio, and CMT responded by showing instead of telling.
Loretta Lynn Misses 2018 CMT Artists of the Year Ceremony Due to Illness
Lynn wasn't able to attend the 2018 CMT Artists of the Year ceremony due to illness, but her friends helped her accept her Artist of a Lifetime honor.
46 Years Ago: Loretta Lynn Becomes the First Woman to Win Entertainer of the Year at the C…
On Oct. 16, 1972, Lynn became the first woman to win a CMA for Entertainer of the Year.
58 Years Ago: Loretta Lynn Makes Her Grand Ole Opry Debut
On Oct. 15, 1960, Lynn made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry.
Loretta Lynn Says Music Kept Her Focused on Recovering From Her Stroke, Broken Hip
Lynn says the work to recover from her stroke and broken hip were important because there's still things she wants to do.
The Boot News Roundup: Loretta Lynn Named 2018 CMT Artist of a Lifetime + More
Lynn will receive the honor at the ninth annual CMT Artists of the Year ceremony in October.
57 Years Ago: Loretta Lynn Signs With Decca Records
On Sept. 3, 1961, Lynn signed with Decca Records.
Loretta Lynn Sets ‘Wouldn’t It Be Great’ Release Date, Shares Title Track [LISTEN]
Lynn's new album was delayed following her stroke in May of 2017.