Friday, September 12, 2014


Country Legend Plays Host For Weekend of Food, Family Fun, Fellowship and the Best in Gospel Music

Lineup Includes Grammy Winner Jason Crabb, Hall of Fame Members The Hoppers, Karen Peck & New River, Brian Free & Assurance, Rising Fan Favorites The Sneed Family and many more!

Nashville, TN – The Loretta Lynn Ranch staff is busier than bees making final preparations for this weekend's Loretta Lynn Gospel Fest! The second annual event takes place at the country legend's historic Hurricane Mills, TN ranch this weekend -September 13-14, 2014.

Scheduled to appear during the two-day event are Grammy winner Jason Crabb, Hall of Fame members The Hoppers, The Booth Brothers, Karen Peck & New River, Rambo-McGuire, Aaron Wilburn, Brian Free & Assurance, Singing Cookes, The Freemans, Michael Combs, Archie Watkins & Smoky Mountain Reunion, Tony Gore & Majesty andThe Sneed Family.
“I love Gospel music,” Loretta Lynn says. “I had a great time with all my friends here last year and I’m so happy to invite everyone back to my house for some great gospel music! Y’all come on!”
For those arriving early on Friday night, September 12, 2014, there will be a special bon-fire and sing-a-long beginning at 8:00 PM with special guests High Road.
Jeff Sneed, event producer, comments: "We had an amazing turnout last year - the crowd loved the event - and this year is going to be even better!" Patsy Lynn Russell, event organizer says: "Jeff Sneed and his family have done a wonderful job doing anything that was needed - from producing the talent line up to organizing the stage, sound and light crew to promoting the event to bus groups. They've stepped up and really gone the extra mile to make this event a success!"
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, TN is the perfect destination for this amazing weekend of Gospel music. The full service RV park features primitive camping, pools, canoeing, paddle boats and more. Guests can also tour Loretta’s plantation home, the Butcher Holler Home Place, and her brand-new 18,000 square foot “Coal Miner’s Daughter” museum.
Select tickets remain on sale and more information can be found online or by calling the ranch at 931-296-7700.

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