Country Music Star Loretta Lynn Dies At The Age Of 90

Loretta Lynn was an American singer and songwriter, her real name is Loretta Webb in 1972 She won her first Grammy for the duet, “After the Fire Is Gone”.

According to Recent reports, the Country Music star Loretta Lynn after a long battle with health issues dies yet.

One of the greatest voices in country music singer Loretta Lynn passed away at the age of 90 years.

With Loretta Lynn’s departure, the country music world’s heart is broken.

She gives many hit songs like "You Ain't Woman Enough", "One's on the Way", "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin", "Fist City", and "Coal Miner's Daughter".

Loretta Lynn died on October 4, 2022, in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, U.S.

It is being said that she was holding the bed for a long time Which means she was ill and many reports through she needed a wheelchair to get around.

It is heard that the reason for her illness is a debilitating stroke in 2017 and a broken hip in 2018.

Running with health troubles, in March 2021 Loretta still released her 50th studio album.