Loretta Lynn’s 50th studio album ‘Still Woman Enough’ is due out next month. The album features updated versions of classics like ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter’ plus covers of some of her favourite songs such as ‘I Saw The Light’ and ‘Keep on the Sunny Side.’
In preparation for its release, Lynn has released her collaboration from the album with country singer Margot Price, a rerecording of her song ‘One’s on the Way’ written originally back in 1971 by Shel Silverstein.
In a behind-the-scenes video, Price commented: “It was an important song at the time, and it’s still an important song – to be able to talk about birth control and women rights in country music, is legendary,” she says.
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