Tayla Lynn bears a special tattoo on her arm that reads “to sing is to breathe.” As the granddaughter of country legend Loretta Lynn, it’s a symbolic phrase she lives by, honoring her grandmother’s voice while sharing her own. Like her grandmother, Lynn’s passion for music and humble spirit shine through in our conversation that explores her youthful days living and touring with the country icon, as well as the 44-year-old’s musical journey from being a part of former trio Stealing Angels with Jennifer Wayne and Caroline Cutbirth Hobby to recording her own rendition’s of Lynn’s famous songs on Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn. In this edition of Female Friday, Lynn reflects on Loretta’s impact, her experience with addiction and the power of showing up.

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Tribute Album Just Released via Heart of Texas Records;
Includes Very Special Track with Her Aunt Patsy Lynn
and a Loving Greeting from Loretta Lynn

People.com Talks To Tayla Lynn About Her Darkest Days
with Addiction and Celebrating Eight Years of Sobriety

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tayla Lynn, granddaughter of the Queen of Country, Loretta Lynn, is officially releasing her first solo project Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn after a soft release last month via her website www.taylalynn.com.

A tribute to her illustrious grandmother, Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn features Tayla Lynn singing 13 of her favorite Loretta Lynn hits, including “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” “Fist City”  and “The Pill,” as well as duets on “Sweet Thing” with special guest Tony Booth (singing the part made famous by Ernest Tubb) and the song that defined her grandmother’s career, “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” with her Aunt Patsy Lynn Russell. Loretta Lynn is listed as a co-writer on the project and a 14th track will thrill fans with her recorded greeting.

“I love working and writing with Memaw [as she affectionately calls her grandmother],” Tayla Lynn gushes. “Early in my career, she took me out on the road for a year and taught me how to walk the stage, sing a sad song, be funny and treat the audience like you are in their living room.”

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Tayla Lynn has the ultimate tribute to her grandmother, a woman she lovingly refers to as “Memaw.”

To the rest of the world, “Memaw” is country iconLoretta Lynn.

Tayla is unveiling her new album Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn, a project that puts Tayla’s spin on her legendary Memaw’s greatest hits.

The latest solo endeavor branches out from Tayla’s previous work, including with the trio Stealing Angels, with Caroline Cutbirth and Jennifer Wayne.

Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn is out following a soft release, according to the Country Note.

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Tayla Lynn has a new album titled ‘Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn,’ which pays tribute to the country music icon.

Tayla Lynn is grateful that her memaw was by her side during the darkest of times.

In 1997, Loretta Lynn got her granddaughter into rehab, but it wouldn’t be the last time that the singer was faced with addiction. It was 2004 when Lynn finally got sober for the first time.

Temptation came knocking after Lynn got married and became a mother.

“You’re sitting there in the middle of this fancy neighborhood in Seattle, not being faithful in your marriage and breastfeeding your baby while you’re doing drugs, and all of a sudden you wake up and say to yourself, ‘What in the hell am I doing?!” Lynn told People magazine on Friday.

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WRITTEN BY CHRIS PARTON  JULY 13, 2021

Country singer Tayla Lynn aims to celebrate her family legacy with a new tribute album, covering the Hall of Fame career of her grandmother, Loretta Lynn.

Announcing her first solo project, Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn, the third-generation artist has revealed a project that highlights her grandmother’s iconic work.https://www.youtube.com/embed/–S0r-PHkFI?feature=oembed

The album features Tayla singing 13 of her favorite Loretta Lynn hits, including classics like “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” “Fist City” and “The Pill.” Out now after a soft release in June, Tayla says she learned at the feet of her country-legend grandmother, and the album will also feature a “Coal Miner’s Daughter” duet with her aunt, Patsy Lynn Russell, and a special greeting by Loretta Lynn herself.

“I love working and writing with Memaw,” Tayla Lynn gushes about her grandmother. “Early in my career, she took me out on the road for a year and taught me how to walk the stage, sing a sad song, be funny and treat the audience like you are in their living room.”

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By Lia Beck, July 9, 2021

Loretta Lynn is known for her country classics, and now, one of her grandchildren is putting her own spin on them. Loretta Lynn’s granddaughter Tayla Lynn released the album Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn earlier this year, and it’s full of covers of her grandmother’s hits. In a new interview with PeopleTayla opened up about making the album and the struggles she experiencing getting to where she is today as a wife, mother, and country singer in her own right.

Tayla is the daughter of one of Loretta’s six children, Ernest Ray Lynn. Ernest has taken the stage with his mother to perform duets over the years, and has also performed with Tayla. Tayla’s mother, Cindy, passed away in 2018. In a recent Instagram post, Tayla reflected on the anniversary of her mother’s death. “I love thinking about your little house in heaven. Full of [dogs] and flowers. Color and fun!” she wrote. “Miss you Mommy.”

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By Tricia Despres July 08, 2021 06:05 PM

Tayla Lynn can still remember the night she stayed out till sunrise, only to find her grandmother — the legendary Loretta Lynn — standing in the doorway, wearing both a bathrobe and a scowl.

“She was not happy,” remembers Lynn with a slight chuckle during a recent interview with PEOPLE. “If I was going to stay out, I’d always call. But this time, I didn’t. And Memaw made it quite obvious that she wasn’t going to play that game. It was a, ‘You might do that to your mama, but you are not going to do that here’ sort of thing. She required respect and I learned that pretty quick.”

But as the years went by, there would be nights filled with more and more disappointment, as the daughter of Loretta’s son Ernest Ray would fall into the hereditary handcuffs of addiction.

“There was a time when I didn’t want to wake up and see tomorrow,” Lynn, 44, admits. “When you’re hiding from God, the last thing you want to do is see the sunrise.”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Friday, July 9, 2021 TAYLA LYNN DEBUTS FIRST SOLO PROJECT:  TAYLA LYNN SINGS LORETTA LYNN AVAILABLE NOW
 Tribute Album Just Released via Heart of Texas Records; 
Includes Very Special Track with Her Aunt Patsy Lynn and a Loving Greeting from Loretta Lynn

People.com Talks To Tayla Lynn About Her Darkest Days with Addiction and Celebrating Eight Years of SobrietyPHOTO CREDIT: Tre Twitty
 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tayla Lynn, granddaughter of the Queen of Country, Loretta Lynn, is officially releasing her first solo project Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn after a soft release last month via her website www.taylalynn.com

A tribute to her illustrious grandmother, Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn features Tayla Lynn singing 13 of her favorite Loretta Lynn hits, including “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” “Fist City”  and “The Pill,” as well as duets on “Sweet Thing” with special guest Tony Booth (singing the part made famous by Ernest Tubb) and the song that defined her grandmother’s career, “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” with her Aunt Patsy Lynn Russell. Loretta Lynn is listed as a co-writer on the project and a 14th track will thrill fans with her recorded greeting. 

“I love working and writing with Memaw [as she affectionately calls her grandmother],” Tayla Lynn gushes. “Early in my career, she took me out on the road for a year and taught me how to walk the stage, sing a sad song, be funny and treat the audience like you are in their living room.”

Tayla Lynn’s first major musical project was as a member of the trio Stealing Angels (with Caroline Cutbirth and Jennifer Wayne). The group was signed to Skyville Records in 2007; over a five-year period, they toured the country, sang for the troops in Iraq and Kuwait and made a record with veteran producer Paul Worley (Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum, Sara Evans). Their songs “He Better Be Dead” and “Paper Heart” both made the Billboard country chart.

But her life up to this momentous point in her career has been anything but easy. In a just-released exclusive People.com article, Tayla recounts her decades-long intermittent battle with addiction. “There was a time when I didn’t want to wake up and see tomorrow,” Lynn admits. During those years, she told People, she was often living with her grandmother. “The way she handled it was, I wasn’t allowed to go on the road. … Going on the road with her was like heaven to me … but she wouldn’t allow it if I got myself in trouble.” Shortly after marrying and becoming a mother, the article explains, Tayla’s demons began roaring back. “You’re sitting there in the middle of this fancy neighborhood in Seattle, not being faithful in your marriage and breastfeeding your baby while you’re doing drugs and all of a sudden you wake up and say to yourself, ‘What in the hell am I doing?!’”

Fans can purchase the album HERE or www.taylalynn.com

Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn Track Listing
You Ain’t Woman Enough
Somebody Somewhere
Black Eyed Peas and Blue Eyes
Babies
Here I Am Again
Fist City
Sweet Thang (featuring Tony Booth)
God Bless The Children
Old Rooster
The Pill
Wings Upon Your Horns
It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels (featuring Loretta Lynn)
Coal Miner’s Daughter (featuring Patsy Lynn)
Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven Who Says God Is Dead
Greetings from Loretta 

Tayla Lynn is currently on tour with Tre Twitty (Conway Twitty’s grandson); a joint album and podcast are in the works. In addition to her musical endeavors, she is also exploring acting. Her first leading role came in the 2017 faith-based film, The Least of These, directed by Mark Nicolosi. She also starred in the Amazon Prime original 2020 film Why We Breathe. Tayla lives with her husband and children at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

For more information, check out her website, taylalynn.com and follow along on her socials.

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