Loretta Lynn and Margo Price shared the stage for a surprise duet at the Ryman in Nashville over the weekend.
In celebration of her 85 birthday, Lynn performed two sold-out shows at the historic venue. Before her duet with Price, Lynn shared a few stories about the history of the Ryman. Shortly after, Lynn invited Price onto the stage. Two weeks ago, the pair performed together at Blackberry Farm, a venue outside Nashville.
In the clip below, the duo performs "Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven," a gospel song that's long been in Lynn's repertoire. Even at 85, Lynn's vocals are still some of the best.
Later this year Lynn will release her new album, Wouldn't It Be Great. Her new album will include three new tracks and songs longtime fans will recognize, including "God Makes No Mistakes," "Don't Come Home A Drinkin'' and "Coal Miner's Daughter."
Lynn will return to the historic Ryman in August for two additional concerts to celebrate the upcoming record's release.
You can find all of Loretta's tour dates here. Her new Album 'Wouldn't it be great' will be available on Aug. 18.
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