The Franklin Theatre is honored to partner with Franklin, Tennessee native and granddaughter of Loretta Lynn, Tayla Lynn and other talented guests and performers to support the survivors of the devastating August flooding in Humphreys County, Tennessee.

On Monday, October 11th, Lynn will bring together comedian Josh Wolf, podcast host Caroline Hobby and Conway Twitty’s grandson Tre Twitty for an evening of hope, healing, and fundraising.

To read the full story, visit the Williamson Source

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – On Monday some of country music’s biggest stars will come together to help Humphreys County.

It’s for Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising benefit concert at the Grand Ole Opry.

Tayla Lynn said her grandmother wanted to help the people in Humphreys County in a big way.

Loretta Lynn called some of her best friends in the business, like Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Reba McEntire, to help put together a benefit concert.

To read the full story, visit WSMV News

First off, thank y’all so much for your prayers, comments, well wishes, and concern over Waverly and the ranch. We are seeing them and they mean everything. We are so blessed to have the outpouring of love that we have received.

As a community we are grieving, assessing damage, and figuring out the next steps for healing and cleaning up.

Waverly will need sustained help over the next weeks and months. If you feel compelled to donate, consider waiting a few days until we can get heavy equipment in town to clear roads and organizations can catch up on calls, messages, and needs. We LOVE each and every one of you and your generous hearts for coming together for our community here in Humphreys County. We will heal, and it will be in large part because of you all.

Thank each and every one of you who have reached out to ask if you can help. We are doing our best to keep information up to date and will keep adding to this list as time goes on. Right now, these are the best ways to help.

United Way- Humphreys County
First Federal Bank- 122 W. Main St, Waverly, TN

What they need (updated Aug 22)
Bulk Water for food prep and washing hands, bodies, etc (we are on a boil warning until further notice)
Totes and containers
Can Openers (handheld)
Hygiene items (travel size due to victims being displaced and having limited space)
Luggage or carry bags
Blankets & Pillows
School supplies

Monetary donations to United Way
Text FLOOD RELIEF to 269-89
Donate on Facebook

Waverly First Baptist Church
300 E. Main st. Waverly, TN

Waverly Baptist Church has food, shelter, clothes, feminine products, diapers, and more. Please visit the church if you are in need of supplies. If you need help with your home, please visit the church to fill out a cleaning request.

What They Need (Updated August 23)
mop buckets
push brooms

Monetary donations to Waverly Baptist Church

National Guard Armory- Waverly
1421 Highway 70 w. Waverly, TN

Accepting all physical donations

Community Foundation Middle Tennessee

Gifts to this fund will support the immediate and long term needs of Humphreys County residents affected by the flood.

McEwen High School
335 Melrose St. McEwen, TN

What they need (updated August 22)
Medical supplies (bandaids, peroxide, neosporin, gauze, coban wrap, etc.)
Small containers/packages of OTC medications like tylenol, ibuprofen, Aleve, Tums, etc.
Contact solution
Liquid laundry detergent
Slide-on shoes
Phone chargers
Extension cords
Paper towels
Toilet paper
Paper goods (plates, cups, etc.)
Baby clothes
Peanut butter
Ramen noodles
Stuffed animals
NEW in package underwear
Cardboard boxes, plastic totes, laundry baskets
Large reusable shopping bags
Towels and washcloths
Dish cloths
Toddler car seats + booster seats
Hair brushes
Full size juices
Instant coffee
Baby formula
Body wash
Saltine crackers

Monetary Donations to Tayla Lynn, to be given directly to those in need in Waverly

Venmo: @tayla-lynn

We will have more information on volunteering in town to clean up and rebuild as we figure out what our needs are. Please keep checking with the above organizations and those listed in the comments to stay up to date.

In terms of the ranch, we are SO thankful for you wanting to come and volunteer and help us rebuild. Right now we need to assess damage and safety issues, document everything for insurance, and focus on our community and the loss of Wayne. We are grieving for him hard today and will be for a long time to come. He was irreplaceable.

AS SOON as we have a plan for the ranch, we will let each and every one of you know. We love you. We couldn’t do this without you. Thank you for giving us your time and your hearts through this.

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.

To read the full article, visit Sounds Like Nashville

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 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

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.”

To read the full article, visit The Country Note

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.

To read the full article, visit Fox News


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.–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.”

To read the full article, visit Sounds Like Nashville