As Patsy Cline’s most successful musical disciple and dear friend, no person was better suited to record a tribute to the country legend than Loretta Lynn.
The single comes ahead of Lynn’s forthcoming memoir, “Me & Patsy Kickin’ Up Dust”, which pays tribute to her late friend and fellow country music icon.
'Me & Patsy: Kickin' Up Dust' is published in the US on 7 April by Grand Central Publishing.
The song followed her chart-topping 'Coal Miner's Daughter' and the 'After The Fire Is Gone' duet with Conway Twitty, another No. 1.
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On 12 February 1963, theTexan hitmaker recorded the signature track that became his first No. 1 and attracted the attention of The Beatles.
'Dear Uncle Sam' became Loretta's seventh top ten country hit and, significantly, the first that she wrote herself.
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The single entered the country chart on 23 January 1982 to become the 67th appearance there by one of the genre's true greats.
Ten years into her chart career, the self-taught singer, songwriter and guitarist took a number about her own life to No. 1.
On 28 November 1964, Willie made a new career breakthrough with the accolade of a debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry.
Country trailblazer Lynn's self-composed song eloquently exposed the hypocrisy often shown to divorced women.
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The coal miner's daughter was 25 years old when she made her first appearance on the celebrated show and brodcast.
Continuing Loretta Lynn’s bold trend of saying the unsayable, ‘Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind)’ was a landmark song in country music.