Loretta Lynn's hit "Dear Uncle Sam" was about the Vietnam War and the human toll it took.
Loretta Lynn publicly criticized Bill Clinton.
Loretta Lynn's father was a Republican and her mother was a Democrat.
Loretta Lynn campaigned for George Bush in 1988 and 1992.
Loretta Lynn is a Republican.
Loretta Lynn's song "Wings Upon Your Horns" is about the loss of teenage virginity.
Loretta Lynn has more banned songs in country music than any other artist in history.
Loretta Lynn's ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee is known as the 7th largest attraction in Tennessee. Loretta's ranch has a Concert pavillian, Food Service Facilities, an RV park, swimming pool, a gift shop, log cabin rentals, a Grist Mill Museum, a fan and doll museum, a recording studio, and 18,000 square foot "Coal Miner's Daughter Museum".
Loretta Lynn is one of only five solo female artists who has won the Country Music Association's highest honor, The Entertainer of The Year.
In 1993, Loretta Lynn was a recipient of Kennedy Center Honors.
Loretta Lynn was named the Artist of the Decade in 1970's.
In 2005, Loretta Lynn won two Grammy Awards for Best Country Album and Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.
In 2004, Loretta Lynn was nominated for 5 Grammy awards for Best Song of the Year,including, Best Country Song, Best Country Album for "Van Lear Rose", Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, and Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Loretta Lynn's younger brother Alan Webb died from pancreatic cancer.
In 1996, Loretta Lynn's husband Oliver aka "Mooney", died at the age of 69 from diabetes.
In 1993, Loretta Lynn, along with Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton, releases an album called "Honky Tonk Angels."
In 2005, Loretta Lynn's son plead guilty
to vehicular homicide for the death of his best friend because of a DUI.
In 2005, Loretta Lynn lost her mother, Clara, due to cancer.
Loretta Lynn lost one of her sons in a freak accident in the 1980's.
Loretta Lynn's last solo record to hit the top ten was "I Lie," in 1982.
Loretta Lynn was really close friends with Patsy Cline who tragically died in a plane crash.
Loretta Lynn's first autobiography, "Coal Miner's Daughter" was made into a film starring Sissy Spacek as Loretta.
Loretta Lynn has written 2 autobiographies called "Coal Miner's Daughter" and "Still Woman Enough."
Shel Silverstein, who is a well known children author, wrote Loretta Lynn's hit songs "One's on the Way" and "Hey Loretta."
Loretta Lynn is Patty Loveless' cousin.
Loretta Lynn wrote her sister's, Crystal Gayle, debut single "I've Cried (the Blue Right Out of My Eyes)."
Loretta Lynn first debut single "I'm A Honky Tonk Girl" hit number 14 on the billboard singles chart.
Loretta Lynn has 27 number one hits.
Loretta Lynn has 17 number one albums.
Loretta Lynn has 17 number one hits.
Loretta Lynn has released 70 albums.
Loretta and Oliver promoted her first single by driving across the country to radio stations, giving them her new single to play.
Loretta's first single was called "I'm A Honky Tonk Girl."
Loretta Lynn got her record deal in 1960, with Zero Records.
Loretta Lynn got her big break when she was noticed by Buck Owens during a local talent competition.
Loretta Lynn recieved a guitar as a present from her husband Oliver, when she was 18.
Loretta Lynn had her first grandchild when she was 29.
Loretta Lynn's song "Coal Miners Daughter" was about her life and where she was born.
Loretta Lynn had 4 kids by the time she was 18.
CMT's 40 Greatest Women of Country Music ranked Loretta Lynn at #3 on the elite list.
Her ranch in Hurricane Mills,Tennessee is rumoured haunted by Confederate Soldiers.
Loretta Lynn married her husband Oliver "Mooney" Lynn, in January of 1948. She was almost 14 and he was 21.
She had more than 30 Top Records to her credit and 16 of those 30 became #1 hits.
She is the 2nd of 8 children, one of her younger sisters is the singer Crystal Gale who had a big hit with 'don't it make my brown eyes blue'.