Growing up backstage at theaters across the country, watching their legendary mother sing, twins Peggy and Patsy Lynn were no strangers to great fortune in the music industry – but more than that, their deep knowledge and their love for music has always been much greater. .
Born on August 6, 1964, Peggy and Patsy knew that becoming a singer wasn’t about having a big dream or a vision coming true; it was just a fact! But it actually took nineteen years when the twin sisters, each with different passions, decided in 1996 to start a band and sing together.
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What made them stand out was that they never hinted that they were Loretta Lynn’s youngest daughters. They chose to work hard to earn a place in the industry – and they did!
They are definitely independent women
After Peggy and Patsy Lynn landed jobs as a house band at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, they ended up getting a record deal. The duo recorded an album that landed two singles on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, including the fiery ballad “Woman To Woman,” which the twins wrote together.
The song, about a woman making it clear that she has no intention of letting her man escape with another woman, became a huge hit. In fact, it helped them earn a CMA nomination for Vocal Duo of the Year in 1998 and 1999.
In this old clip we found from the TV show Girl’s Night Out, which was hosted by some of country music’s legendary women: Jo Dee Messina, Terri Clark and Tanya Tucker, The Lynns graced the audience with an incredible performance of “Woman to Woman”.
Before they started singing, the two talked about how special this song was, especially since it came from a personal experience. “It’s for all of you ladies here tonight,” the Lynns said before kicking off their performance. The crowd can’t help but go wild! You can check it out in the video below.