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  • Aug 26, 1981
    Loretta Lynn records "I Lie" during an evening at Nashville's Music City Music Hall
    Sep 19, 1981
    Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn return on that corny bastion of weekend TV, "Hee Haw." Lynn covers "Secret Love," and Twitty performs "Tight Fittin' Jeans"
    Oct 14, 1981
    The Shelly Kurland Strings are overdubbed onto Loretta Lynn's "I Lie" in Nashville
    Oct 29, 1981
    Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn are showered by the RIAA with three gold albums. Certified are his "Greatest Hits Vol. I," her "Greatest Hits Vol. II" and their duet project "Lead Me On"
    Nov 14, 1981
    Loretta Lynn carries the cover of TV Guide
    Nov 16, 1981
    Loretta Lynn celebrates her 20th anniversary in show business with her first TV special, "Loretta Lynn: The Lady...The Legend." Guests include Sissy Spacek, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ernest Tubb and Crystal Gayle
    Nov 21, 1981
    Loretta Lynn sings "They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy" on "Hee Haw" and teams with Conway Twitty on "I Still Believe In Waltzes." Buck Owens, Kenny Price and Roy Clark cover "Four Walls," and Tompall & The Glaser Brothers, who perform "Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)"
    Nov 24, 1981
    Clara Webb Butcher--the mother of Loretta Lynn, Crystal Gayle and Peggy Sue--dies of a heart attack in Nashville
    Dec 28, 1981
    MCA releases Loretta Lynn's "I Lie"
    Jan 12, 1982
    Barbara Mandrell tops Mr. Blackwell's list of the worst-dressed women. Others named include Loretta Lynn, Charlene Tilton, Elizabeth Taylor, Sheena Easton and Dolly Parton, who he calls "an atomic jelly-bean explosion"

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