Lynn postpones shows due to death of grandson
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Lynn postpones shows due to death of grandson

Thursday, June 9, 2016 – Loretta Lynn postponed two weekend concerts due to the death of her grandson.

Lynn's eldest grandson, Jeffrey Allen Lynn, died unexpectedly on Monday, Lynn posted on her Facebook page.

He was 47 and lived and worked on Lynn's ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. He was the eldest son of Jack Benny Lynn, Lynn's second child and eldest son who drowned in 1984. Jeffrey Allen Lynn is survived by three children, Jory, Katie and Cody.

Lynn was scheduled to perform this Friday, June 10 in Miami, Okla. and Saturday, June 11 in Hinton, Okla.

"Those shows will be postponed to July 8 and November 12 so Loretta can be with her family," her Facebook page said.


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