Country music icon Loretta Lynn’s granddaughter wowed the crowd when she performed at her grandmother’s concert, singing “If I Die Young.”
Lynn has been called the “First Lady of country music” ever since becoming one of the legendary performers in the industry. Now at 86, her career continues to thrive, and her music lives on.
With her exceptional talent, it’s no surprise that someone in her family might want to follow her footsteps.
Lynn’s granddaughter, Emmy Rose could be the next big thing, and she proved that when she performed during her grandmother’s concert in 2012.
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This wouldn’t be the first time Lynn invited a family member on stage. Her equally talented children had performed on a previous show or two. Although, during that 2012 concert, it was then-11-year-old Emmy Rose’s time to shine.
The young girl took the stage after she was introduced to the fans by Lynn. Emmy Rose’s mother, one of Lynn’s twin daughters, was up on stage as well.
In the video, Emmy Rose holds her guitar and sits on a stool with a mic in front of her. After saying that she was performing “If I Die Young” by The Band Perry, she was ready to sing her heart out in front of thousands of people.
Even though she appeared to be a little nervous, she proved that she could also bring the house down with her voice much like her legendary grandmother.
When she started singing, the audience immediately cheered and gave her rounds of applause.
Lynn, standing beside Emmy Rose, looked at her granddaughter with pride. She was smiling all throughout.
Emmy Rose owned the stage that night. Perhaps a few years from now, she could be the biggest music artist in the world.
On another subject, “Coal Miner’s Daughter” was one of Lynn’s biggest hits throughout her career. She previously revealed that the song was a story about her life.