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Notably, the request for Wings Upon Your Horns was met with surprise, as she said she hasn’t sang the 1970 hit in over 30 years, but after a fan reminded her, she caught on quickly. 

Lynn and her band, The Coal Miners, took on classics like You Ain’t Woman Enough, Don’t Come Home A’ Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind), and Blue Kentucky Girl, while also showing off a number of gospel songs she wrote. 

The evening was a family affair, as her twin daughters’ group, The Lynns, warmed up the stage, following Alberta country singer Brett Kissel. 

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Topping off the night with the fan favourite Coal Miner’s Daughter, Lynn did not disappoint, and the record crowd left remarking about her “amazing” performance.

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