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Loretta has recorded 70 albums including, 54 studio albums, 15 compilation albums, and one tribute album. More than 48 Million of her albums are sold worldwide in her career. For her performance, she has received numerous awards in country and American music. Recently, she released her another album, Wouldn’t It Be Great in 2018.
How much is Loretta Lynn’s Net Worth?
Loretta Lynn has an impressive net worth of $65 Million as of 2019. Back in 2018, she maintained a net worth of $60 Million. Just in a time duration of one year, she has well managed to add up the amount of $5 million to her bank account. So, it is sure that in the coming years she will definitely raise her bank balance to some extent.
Already possessing a fruitful amount of wealth, she also makes a handsome amount of money from her other works which include contracts, endorsements, live performances, and many others. Her record sales with all earnings are listed below,
|In 1967 – Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ With Lovin’ on Your Mind – certified gold by RIAA||$500,000|
|In 1968 – Compilation album, Loretta Lynn’s Greatest Hits – certified gold by RIAA||$500,000|
|In 1970 – Coal Miner’s Daughter – certified gold by RIAA||$500,000|
|In 1974 – Compilation album, Loretta Lynn’s Greatest Hits Vol. II – certified gold by RIAA||$500,000|
|In 1978 – Compilation album, All My Best||$100,000|
|In 1993 – Honky Tonk Angels with Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette – certified gold by RIAA and Music Canada||$550,000|
|In 2006 – Full Circle||$65,600|
Loretta Lynn’s Income and expenditure
Loretta earns a lucrative amount of salary from her profession. However, her actual salary is currently under review but, we assume that she received a salary in the range of $5 to $10 Million annually. Further, she spends quite a money to live a rich and prosperous lifestyle. With growing prosperity, her expenses are also increasing. As we can say that, she is managing her manner of living accordingly with the income.
Loretta Lynn’s House
Loretta Lynn and her husband bought a house in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee at the price of $15.25 Million. The house is recognized as the Seventh Largest Attraction in Tennessee. Her house features a recording studio, museums, lodging, restaurants and western stores.
Traditionally, Lynn hosts three-holiday concerts annually at the house in Memorial Day Weekend, 4th of July Weekend, and Labor Day Weekend. In the 1970s, Lynn purchased a $5.20 Million house in Mexico. Also, she and her husband purchased a cabin in Canada at $2.3 Million.
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Who is Loretta Lynn’s Husband? Her Marriage & Children
Loretta Lynn first met her late husband, Oliver Lynn before only a month of their marriage in Kentucky who was an American talent manager and county music figure. Since then, they embarked their relationship to a new level. Later, they became engaged together.
The couple married on 10th January 1948, in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky. Together, they welcomed six beautiful children including, Betty Sue (1948-2013), Jack Benny (1949–1984), Clara Marie (born on 7th April 1952), Ernest Ray (born on 27th May 1954), Peggy Jean and Patsy Eileen (born on 6th August 1964).
After being in a marital relationship for half a century, Lynn’s husband died at age 69 on 22nd August 1996. Later, she wrote an autobiography, Still Woman Enough in 2002 describing her relationship with her late husband. In an interview, she has said that her marriage was one of the hardest love stories. Currently, she resides in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee with her family and friends.
Interesting Facts about Loretta Lynn
- In an interview, Loretta Lynn disclosed that she and her husband fought frequently, but she said that her husband never hit me one time that she didn’t hit him back twice.
- Loretta was named Artist of a Lifetime by CMT in 2018.
- She is famous by the strength and quality of her voice still today, she is down to earth, quick wit, and humor to her admirers
- She is the most awarded female country recording artist and only woman to won ACM Artist of the Decade in the 1970s.
- Lynn supported Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.