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Loretta Lynn 

When: Sat., April 7, 7 p.m. 2012
Price: $40-$85

Loretta Lynn is arguably country's finest female artist of the last 50 years. She has a down-home pedigree (a coal miner's daughter) and a powerful, evocative voice honed from years in the church. Hers isn't an angelic tone, but one grounded in the Earth, rolling effortless and majestic like the Blue Hills of her Kentucky home, redolent of natural beauty. Lynn's about as authentic as they come, singing songs torn from her life and speaking her mind with unbridled maverick spunk. Though she never really left, Jack White helped key a Lynn comeback when he produced 2004's Van Lear Rose. She's working on two new albums. —Chris Parker


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