Country star Loretta Lynn dies at 90

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Loretta Lynn, the Kentucky coal miner’s daughter turned Country Music Hall of Famer, died on Tuesday at the age of 90 in her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, home.

Lynn’s family asked for privacy as they grieve and added that a memorial will be announced at a later time, according to The Associated Press.

Lynn was born Loretta Webb in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky on April 14, 1932

She was nominated 18 times for a GRAMMY Award, and won 3 times and is considered the highest awarded female country recording artist and only female ACM Artist of the Decade in the 1970s. Lynn scored 24 number one hit singles and 11 number one albums.

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