Loretta Lynn was born in Butcher Holler, Kentucky, the second child of Clara and Ted Webb’s eight children. She went on to be a Grand ole Opry favorite and a country music legend with her hit song “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”
Funny name, delicious biscuit! Loretta gave them this unusual name because when her husband "Doo" made them, he dropped such huge amounts for each biscuit onto the baking sheet. She said they were as big as cat's heads! :)
Loretta Lynn (born: April 14,1935, 1932, Butcher Hollow, KY, USA) is an American country singer, songwriter, author and philanthropist. She was one of the leading country vocalists and songwriters during the 1960s and 1970s. She is called the First Lady of Country.