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  • Sep 25, 1962
    Loretta Lynn joins the Grand Ole Opry
    Mar 4, 1963
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "The Other Woman"
    May 4, 1963
    The Wilburn Brothers debut their syndicated TV show in 19 markets, providing early exposure to Loretta Lynn. Other regular cast members include Harold Morrison, Don Helms and Tommy Jackson
    Oct 7, 1963
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "Before I'm Over You"
    Dec 16, 1963
    Decca releases the first Loretta Lynn album, "Loretta Lynn Sings"
    Feb 26, 1964
    Loretta Lynn records "Wine Women And Song" at the Columbia Recording Studios on 16th Avenue South in Nashville
    Mar 10, 1964
    Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn record "Mr. And Mrs. Used To Be" at the Columbia Recording Studio in Nashville
    Apr 6, 1964
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "Wine Women And Song"
    Jul 6, 1964
    Decca releases the Loretta Lynn and Ernest Tubb duet "Mr. And Mrs. Used To Be"
    Aug 6, 1964
    Loretta and Mooney Lynn have twin daughters, Patsy and Peggy. During the 1990s, they become a duo in their own right, The Lynns, gaining several awards nominations, but no hits

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