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8/1/18

HITS’ Nashville empress and author Holly Gleason is heading to the Country Music Hall of Fame Saturday to celebrate Loretta Lynn.

Gleason will be on a panel, “Women Enough,” with Brenda Lee, Jeannie Sealey, Aubrie Sellers and Ashley Monroe to discuss Lynn’s impact, as well as the power of women’s voices in contemporary life across country music. It’s in support of the current exhibit: “Loretta Lynn: Blue Kentucky Girl.”

Gleason is also celebrating her recently received Belmont Book Award for Woman Walk The Line: How The Women of Country Music Changed Our Lives, a collection of 27 essays that trace country music’s history through important female artists.

“With everything that’s happened with this book,” Gleason says, “I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the Belmont Book Award. To be part of these kinds of discussions is everything Woman Walk the Line is about.

“At a time when #MeToo and #TimesUp matters, this book—and the response to it—shows the power and impact of women’s art, especially the music made by country women.”