Country music star Loretta Lynn has been moved from a hospital to a rehabilitation center as she recovers from a stroke, the singer-songwriter's representatives said Monday.
A message on her website said she has now been moved to rehabilitation and that she is doing "great".
Lynn had the stroke at her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, home.More news: Lighthizer Backs Reversing 'Dangerous' American Trade Trajectory
An update on the singer's shows was included on her official website.
Although Lynn seems to be doing well during her resting period, doctors still advised that she stay off the road in order to properly recuperate.
She continues to tour and record regularly, but had to postpone shows previous year after suffering injuries in a fall that required surgery.More news: Games 101: Everything You Need To Know About Injustice 2
The Grammy-winner had a string of hits starting in the 1960s with the biographical "Coal Miner's Daughter, ' which was made into a best-selling book and movie, as well as songs like 'You Ain't Woman Enough, ' "The Pill" and 'One's on the Way'".
Ten days following the medical emergency, Lynn's team went to social media to let her adoring fans know that she was on the up and up in her recovery time. Our family appreciates all your love, prayers and support. Like the legend she is, Lynn celebrated with close friends at the famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. "We pray for a speedy recovery".
Loretta Lynn is recovering well after suffering a stroke a week and a half ago.More news: No second spike in cyber attacks is "encouraging"-British minister"
Despite the health scare and subsequent concert cancellations, Lynn's 41st studio album, "Wouldn't It Be Great", is still scheduled to drop on August 18 by Sony Legacy.
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