Loretta Lynn News
Loretta Lynn moves from hospital to rehabilitation facility
Loretta Lynn is beginning rehabilitation more than a week after she had a stroke at her Tennessee home. The country legend moved from a hospital facility to rehabilitation, and is "doing great," according to a statement posted to her website . However, the statement added that Lynn's upcoming shows
Loretta Lynn starting rehabilitation after stroke
Country legend Loretta Lynn is making progress after suffering a stroke at her home in Tennessee
Loretta Lynn remains hospitalized in Nashville after suffering a stroke
Country music legend Loretta Lynn remained hospitalized in Nashville on Saturday after suffering a stroke on Thursday night, a publicist for her record label confirmed. Maria Malta , a publicist with Sony Music, told The Associated Press that there was nothing to add about the singer's condition
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50,000 people to be evacuated from Hanover, Germany; Loretta Lynn expected to make full recovery after stroke
Senior Adviser to Pres. Obama Valerie Jarret Talks Racial Tension in US, Diversity in the White House and More
Jarret discusses Obama administration, the president's accomplishments and what the commander-in-chief really thinks.
Dolly Parton, Lisa Hannigan, Ed Harcourt And More Music Reviews
I wasn’t expecting this to be a busy release week. It ended up being more loaded than I imagined. Frank Ocean dropped a record, which I already covered, but there were a lot of other releases as well. Country legend Dolly Parton dropped a new album, as did former Damien Rice collaborator Lisa
Hillary Clinton Was 'Extremely Careless' About Emails, FBI Says
FBI Director James Comey discusses his agency's year-long investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state.
Cyndi Lauper, Keith Urban, James Blake and More Music Reviews
This week Cyndi Lauper releases a country record, Keith Urban goes further into pop territory, James Blake issues a sprawling, experimental set, Mary Chapin Carpenter releases her 14th album and ANOHNI (formally Antony of Antony and The Johnsons) releases a politically-charged electro-hued set.
Pete Yorn, Lucius, Jeff Buckley and More Music Reviews
This week singer-songwriter Pete Yorn releases his first solo album since 2010, indie-rockers Lucius deliver their sophomore effort, the late Jeff Buckley ’s first recordings for Columbia see release, They Might Be Giants drop their third studio album in a year, The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon
Ray LaMontagne, Nada Surf, Loretta Lynn and More Music Reviews
Ray LaMontagne’s “Ouroboros” Ray LaMontagne follows up his incredible 2014 psychedelic workout, “Supernova,” with an album that is equally if not more staggering in scope. “Supernova” was made with the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach in the production chair, while “Ouroboros” was made with My Morning