August 23, 2014 “Most of my songs were from the women’s point of view,” Loretta Lynn wrote in her best-selling autobiography. “That’s who I’m singing about and singing to during my shows.” The “Coal Miner’s Daughter” did just that when she performs her legendary hits in concert Friday on Boone Hall Plantation’s back lawn. Undoubtedly one of the most recognized and most honored stars in country music history, Lynn is still hard at work more than 50 years after starting her singing career. Before Lynn took the stage, local Ronnie Johnson and “Swamp Pop Princess” Shelly Waters performed for the crowd.
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