Loretta Lynn stands as one of the most dynamic and direct songwriters in Country Music history. Her body of work has contributed countless classics, have made an indelible mark on Country Music and has inspired generations of female artists to follow her amazing example. Early originals like “You Ain’t Woman Enough” and “Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mid),” both released in 1966, are undisputed classics. Her catalog also offers chart-topping hits like “Fist City,” “Rated X” and of course, “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Her numerous ACM wins include Entertainer of the Year in 1975 and Artist of the Decade in 1979. A groundbreaking singer, songwriter and performer, Loretta Lynn is an archetype of American music, a singular artist whose music defined a genre and whose songs continue to inform new generations of musicians.