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I can't have no baby." He said, "Ain't you married? During the next two decades, Lynn helped forge the musical genre that is now routinely labelled Americana.
The possums, rabbits and raccoons ended up in the family stew rather than frolicking in the forests near Butcher Holler in Kentucky, where she was born, the second of eight children.The property itself is also of historical note with many landmarks dating from the 1800's including the famous grist mill that sits on the property.Established in 1876 it later was one of the first hydroelectric plants in the state.The mill itself has been re-purposed as a museum that shows the history of the area as well as hosting Loretta's gift shops and stores.Two country stores sit on the property with all the essentials and hot food options available for breakfast and lunch.Lynn was always an individualist and a striking looking woman.
"I'm proud of being part Cherokee, and I think it's time all us Indians felt the same way," she said.
In 1975, Lynn released Back to the Country, which included The Pill, which is considered to be the first major social song about oral contraceptives.
Move aside Miley Cyrus, because this was a song so controversial that Lynn’s record label delayed its release for three years. Lynn was re-assured later by hearing from countless doctors and nurses that The Pill had done more to promote rural acceptance of birth control than any government efforts. You've got to be the person to write it." The past 20 years have not always been easy for the woman known as the The First Lady of Country Music.
In 1972, she became the first woman to be named entertainer of the year by the Country Music Association.
Including her duets with Conway Twitty, Lynn had more than 50 Top 10 country hits between 19, including 16 Number Ones.
"When I got married, I didn't even know what pregnant meant," she recalled. After years of hearing her serenade their children, he was convinced she had real talent.