Country singer Lynn Anderson has sadly died after suffering a heart attack. She was 67-years-old.
The star — best known for her 1964 hit "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden" — passed away on Thursday, July 30 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn., TMZ confirmed earlier today.
Lynn had recently been hospitalized for pneumonia following a trip to Italy, according to the entertainment news outlet.
Lynn in January 1960.
The singer first rose to stardom in 1996 with the release of her single "Ride, Ride, Ride." In 1971, Lynn — who was also a regular performer on Lawrence Welk Show — was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Last month, the songstress released a gospel album titled "Bridges" and began a nationwide tour to promote her new music.
Lynn — who was previously married to country singer Glenn Sutton and oilman Harold "Spook" Stream III — is survived by her father, three adult children, four grandchildren and her partner Mentor Williams.
Our thoughts are with Lynn's family and friends during this difficult time.
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