Loretta Lynn talks about her health issues, Dolly Parton, and latest album

Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn speaks onstage during an interview and performance For SiriusXM's Willie's Roadhouse & Country Christmas Channels on December 6, 2016 in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

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After suffering a stroke in 2017 and fracturing her hip in 2018, Loretta Lynn’s road to recovery was rough, but the country icon didn’t let both setbacks stop her from doing what she loves — making music.

In September 2018, the resilient 86-year-old — who will turn 87 in April — returned with her 41st album, Wouldn’t It Be Great. Lynn invited SiriusXM host Storme Warren to her home for an exclusive chat in which she talked about her latest album, her health and fellow country legends Dolly Parton and Ernest Tubb.

Hear the full interview on Prime Country (Ch. 58) Friday, March 29 at noon and 6 pm; Saturday, March 30 at midnight and 4 pm; and Sunday, March 31 at 9 pm ET.

Check out a segment from the interview below.

Loretta Lynn reflects on her competition with Dolly Parton

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