LORETTA LYNN HONORED

Last night Loretta Lynn was honored at the annual Kennedy Center Honors, held in Washington D.C. Loretta is only the fourth country artist to receive a Kennedy Center Award, joining the esteemed ranks of Roy Acuff, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash. The event, hosted by legendary newsman Walter Cronkite, recognized the honorees' contributions to American music and culture. You can watch Loretta being honored when the gala airs on CBS Dec. 26 at 8 p.m. eastern.

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