Being the granddaughter of a country music legend can't be easy, but Loretta Lynn's granddaughter, Emmy Rose, is up for the challenge!
Fourteen-year-old Emmy Rose recently joined her famous grandmother on stage during her Coal Miner's Daughter Tour in Vinton, Louisiana and performed a few songs for the sold-out crowd. One of the songs she performed is a song she wrote for Loretta called "Mimaw's Guitar." When she introduced the song, the crowd gave a synchronized "Awwww..."
The song is about the guitar her Mimaw gave to her, and their beautiful relationship where music seems to be the foundation. Loretta watches her performance in awe and so do we!
One of the best lyrics from the song is:
"From the hands of a girl from Butcher Hollow to the hand's of a coal miner's great-granddaughter. My favorite guitar, my Mimaw gave to me. When I pick it up, I just feel the melody."
Loretta seems so proud of Emmy Rose, and there's no surprise why. She is so talented!
Watch the beautiful tribute below!
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