Country music legend is also recovering from a stroke she suffered last year
From Alan Jackson's acceptance speech to Loretta Lynn's first Nashville appearance since her May stroke
Country legend postpones album until next year, cancels tour dates as she recovers from May stroke
"Her left side was kind of paralyzed," Herman Webb tells 'Closer Weekly' magazine of Lynn's rehabilitation from May event
Country legend, who suffered a stroke in May, has nixed two shows in Iowa
Tweet from the country legend's official account offers an update on her condition
Country legend "currently under medical care and is responsive and expected to make a full recovery"
Country legend and outlaw performer sit down together for 'CBS This Morning' segment
Country legends, who both celebrate birthdays in April, surprise with upcoming releases
Martina McBride and Lynn's sisters Crystal Gayle and Peggy Sue Wright also took the stage at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
Songwriter celebrates 85th birthday with pair of Ryman Auditorium appearances this weekend
Watch the country icon perform "Don't Come Home a -Drinkin'" in a vintage clip from the Wilburn Brothers' TV show in 1967.
Outspoken Best Country Album nominee says she won't be attending the ceremony
"Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" singer officially becomes the latest member of the country-music institution
Legendary country singer will be showcased at Nashville institution beginning August 25th