Outside of her poetic songs and angelic voice, much of Loretta Lynn’s charm comes from her honesty and openness. For decades, the Butcher Holler, Kentucky native has shared the deepest parts of her life through the good and the bad.
Lynn’s life was captured in her New York Times bestselling book, Coal Miner’s Daughter, taking the name from her breakout album. For the first time ever, the book is being released in paperback in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sissy Spacek movie of the same name.
The memoir tells the story of Lynn’s journey from poverty to dominating a male-led industry. Her dedication and work ethic made her the first woman to earn a gold record in country music and the title of the first female Entertainer of the Year from the Country Music Association. The highs and lows of her journey are captured throughout the pages of the book.
To celebrate the release of Coal Miner’s Daughter in paperback, Sounds Like Nashville has your chance to win a copy. Three grand prize winners will be randomly selected for the prize. To enter for your chance to win, use the entry form below.
Pick up your copy of Coal Miner’s Daughter here.