The iconic singer's two daughters have proven they're equally talented as their mother.
Peggy and Patsy, Loretta Lynn's twin daughters, created a country music duo in 1998 and released a hit song titled Woman to Woman, as reported by Classic Country Music.
The twins named their duo, The Lynns. Woman to Woman was a fiery song about "the other woman." It was on their self-titled first album.
The song became a huge hit for the sister duo. It even earned them a CMA nomination for Vocal Duo of the Year in 1998 and 1999.
On the same year, Peggy and Patsy formed their country music duo, their mother publicly expressed her desire for the twins to pursue music together.
"I thought they should work together. But I had to wait till they took a notion to do it themselves," Loretta said in an interview with People.
Peggy and Patsy are Loretta's youngest daughters. The pair performed Woman to Woman on the television show Girls' Night Out. The show was hosted by country music's leading stars then - Jo Dee Messina, Terri Clark, and Tanya Tucker.
Loretta's daughters explained that the hit song came from their personal experiences. They said they immersed themselves emotionally in the songwriting process, adding that it is important for artists to write the song that they sing.
Before performing the song live, the duo told the audience it was dedicated to all the ladies. Apart from Woman to Woman, The Lynns also release the single, Nights Like These, and an accompanying music video. Both singles charted on Hot Country Songs.
Peggy and Patsy, however, could not surpass their mother's stardom. Loretta has received several awards for her groundbreaking role in country music.
She is the most awarded female country recording artist and the only female ACM (Academy of Country Music) Artist of the Decade.