“We blame the puppy!” Loretta’s daughter Patsy told PEOPLE with a laugh. “Though the puppy brings smiles so there’s that.”
“My birthday wish is for everyone to send love and prayers to my sister, Loretta Lynn, who fell and broke her hip last week,” her sister, Crystal Gayle, shared.
“I’m really proud and I don’t feel like I really belong here. I’m so humbled by it…” Jackson said from the stage.
Loretta Lynn is one of only five solo female artists to ever take home the top honor at the CMA Awards.
Donald is survived by his wife, four children, 10 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and his siblings.
“I feel better than I should, really,” said Lynn in an interview with WSM’s Nashville Today.
Margo Price, Brandy Clark and Kacey Musgraves all expressed their praises toward Lynn’s legacy and celebrated her rags to riches life she earned through hard work and wit.
“I am so excited for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s exhibit to open this month,” said Lynn.
“I am getting stronger every day and can’t wait to get back out there with all of you. I’m just letting everybody know that Willie ain’t dead yet and neither am I, and I can’t wait to see all of you on the road!”
“She can talk, and Loretta told me that she thought she’s going to be okay,” Lynn’s brother, Herman Webb, said in an interview recently.
The country legend will not be continuing on with her scheduled performances at Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines, Iowa, on July 7 as well as at Iowa’s Five Flags Center on July 21.
Girl power is about to take over country music this Friday as Bobby Bones established his own ode to all the ladies out there with his ‘Download a Female Friday’ initiative.
Ten days after suffering from a stroke in her Tennessee home, Lynn is doing just fine, according to a recent update via her social media pages.
“Thank you for all of the prayers and well wishes for Loretta. Keep them coming! We are lucky, in this day and age, to have wonderful doctors and nurses taking great care of her,” wrote Gayle.
The singer celebrated her 85th birthday on April 14 with two sold-out shows at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
Recorded at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, TN, the 13-song project will feature songs all written or co-written by Lynn.
Blood is thicker than water and it seems as if some of the biggest artists in country music have those creative juices flowing through their veins.
Tickets for the star-studded event go on sale Friday, March 3.
“Being a member of the Opry is just incredible,” Gayle beamed.
“She’s got a lot of guts,” Nelson said during a recent interview.