Loretta Lynn Kicks It Into High Gear With New Tour

Hall of Fame singer embarks on new outing supporting Still Country.

Country Music Hall of Fame member Loretta Lynn, continuing her return to an active career, begins a new tour on Saturday with a concert at Billy Bob's Texas, the Fort Worth nightclub that bills itself as the world's largest honky-tonk.

Lynn, returning to the spotlight after several years away to deal with a string of family tragedies, last year released her first new album in more than a decade, Still Country. The disc features the new single "I Can't Hear the Music" (RealAudio excerpt), about the 1996 death of her husband of 48 years, Oliver V. "Mooney" Lynn.

Loretta Lynn tour dates, according to her publicist:

2/17 - Fort Worth, TX @ Billy Bob's Texas

2/18 - San Antonio, TX @ San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo

2/22–24 - Rising Sun, IN @ Grand Victoria Casino

3/8 - Plant City, FL @ Strawberry Festival

3/9 - Biloxi, MS @ Grand Casino

3/10 - Robinsonville, MS @ Grand Casino Tunica

4/7 - Yuma, AZ @ Paradise Casino

4/12–14 - Las Vegas, NV @ Boulder Station Hotel

5/18 - Morton, MN @ Jackpot Junction Casino

5/19 - Kansas City, MO @ Station Casino

5/22 - Milwaukee, WI @ Potawatomi Casino

5/24 - Mt. Pleasant, MI @ Soaring Eagle Casino