The Coal Miner's Daughter, Loretta Lynn, joins music fans at Horseshoe Casino  when she shares her down-home country hits.

Lynn's beginnings in the hills of Butcher Holler, Kentucky, were humble, but her journey from poverty to stardom has landed her a spot as an American icon.

"Coal Miner's Daughter" alone led to a hit single, a best-selling autobiography and an Oscar-winning film.

In 2004, Lynn reached a new audience and a younger generation with "Van Lear Rose." The album featured the guitar playing of Jack White of The White Stripes.

The album was nominated for five Grammy awards and went on to win two trophies for Best Country Album and Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.

Lynn has garnered other prestigious awards including Artist of the Decade for the '70s by the Academy of Country Music as well as being the first woman to earn the Country Music Association's highest honor, Entertainer of the Year.