Loretta Lynn, most culturally significant female singer-songwriter in country music history, died at 90.

Loretta Lynn, died Tuesday at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

Lynn was launched her career in the early 1960s

Besides song She also wrote about her difficult, wearying childhood to fights with her husband

She was the first woman named entertainer of the year by the Country Music Association in 1972 and then by Academy of Country Music 

In her 1970 “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” song was her biggest hit. in this song Lynn told the story of her upbringing

“Coal Miner’s Daughter,” also the title of her book, and in 1980 movie of the same name

Lynn won two Grammys in 2005 for her album “Van Lear Rose,”