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Loretta Lynn, Country Music's Groundbreaking 'Coal Miner's Daughter,' Dead at 90 

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Loretta Lynn, the cherished singer and songwriter whose seven-decade career malfunctioned obstacles for women in country

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Perished Tuesday at her house in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

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She was actually 90. Lynn's press agent validated her fatality to Rolling Stone.

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"Our priceless mother, Loretta Lynn, died peacefully today, October 4th, in her rest at home.

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Lynn's family mentioned in a statement.

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In the 1960s, Lynn's trailblazing country chart-toppers set up the version of the female nation superstar.

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Lynn adjusted her autobiographical 1970 hit "Coal Miner's Daughter" in to a successful biography.

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Which was later made into an Oscar-winning film, introducing the story of a hardscrabble upbringing in Depression-era.

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Lynn scored her final Top 10 country hit in 1982, and her sales dipped throughout the years.