Ernest Ray Lynn is the son of Loretta Lynn who is a famous singer and his father Oliver Lynn. As the son of a celebrity mother, he enjoyed a pretty comfortable lifestyle. Despite his privileged upbringing, he was never blinded to the struggles and hardships of those less fortunate. As a child, he lived in Tennessee. He is a Christian and follows the zodiac sign Gemini.
Who Is Ernest Ray Lynn’s Mother, Loretta Lynn?
Loretta Lynn was an American country music singer and songwriter who was the most awarded female country recording artist and the only female ACM Artist of the Decade in 1990s. She was named after the film star Loretta Young.
She has released many hit albums including, Loretta Lynn Sings (1963), Don’t Come Home a Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind) (1967), God Bless America Again (1972), Two’s a Party (with Conway Twitty) (1981), Van Lear Rose (2004), Still Woman Enough (2021) and many more.
Ernest Ray Lynn Profile
|Real Name||Ernest Ray Lynn|
|Age||71 years old (As of 2023)|
|Birthdate||27 May 1951|
|Siblings||Jack Benny Lynn, Betty Sue Lynn,|
Peggy Lynn, Patsy Lynn, Cissy Lynn
|Parents||Loretta Lynn, Oliver Lynn|
Ernest Ray Lynn Grew Up With Siblings
Ernest Ray Lynn has twin children named, Peggy Jean and Patsy Eileen, born on August 6, 1964. They were named after Lynn’s sister, Peggy Sue Wright, and her friend, Patsy Cline. His eldest siblings, Betty Sue was born on November 26, 1948, and died of complications associated with emphysema on 29 July 2013.
His another sibling, Jack Benny Lynn, born December 7, 1949, was found deceased on July 24, 1984, after going missing whilst horse riding on his mother’s Hurricane Mills ranch. Additionally, Loretta’s third child was himself Ernest Ray Lynn who was born on May 27, 1951. His fourth sibling sister, Clara Marie “Cissie” Lynn, born less than a year later on April 7, 1952.
Ernest Ray Lynn Parents
Ernest Ray Lynn’s mother, Lynn was married to Oliver Vanetta “Doolittle” Lynn (1926–1996) almost 50 years until her husband died at age 69. Loretta said that her marriage was “one of the hardest love stories”.