Coal Miner's Daughter—The Story of Loretta Lynn and Friends


"Loretta Lynn paved the way for women like me in country music, to take centre stage" - Amber Joy Poulton star of Coal Miner's Daughter

In floor length gowns adorned with tassels & rhinestones, with hair as close to country music heaven as possible, where country music started & still should be, in the theatre, just like the Grand Ole Opry & it's coming to GOULBURN!

On Sunday, 11thFebruary 2024, Amber Joy Poulton (as Loretta Lynn), Lizzie Moore (as Patsy Cline) & The Preacher Denis Surmon (as Conway Twitty & Willie Nelson) along with kickin' band The Holy Men, will sing the story of a champion of women's rights, a mother of six & a lifetime of chart-topping hits, to the country music lovers in Goulburn!

This inspiring theatre show was a smash hit at the 2023 Tamworth Country Music Festival & played to packed theatres in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide & Brisbane throughout 2022/23, as well as regional centres across the country.

Coal Miner's Daughter celebrates the incredible life of the late, great Loretta Lynn, from her early days in the hills of Kentucky to her tempestuous marriage, tragic losses & enduring bonds with such luminaries as Patsy Cline, Conway Twitty, Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton & Willie Nelson, across a stellar career, till her final send off to country music heaven in October 2022.

On their latest tour, Amber Joy Poulton & the cast of Coal Miner's Daughter played to more than 10,000 people across Australia & in an eerie twist of fate, were performing opening night at the very moment of Loretta's Sad passing in Tennessee last year.

Audiences will be captivated by the masterful storytelling, performances & catalogue of hits, including 'Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' With Lovin' On Your Mind', 'I Fall To Pieces', 'You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man', 'Crazy', 'Silver Threads & Golden Needles', 'Walkin' After Midnight', 'You're Looking At Country', 'One's On The Way', 'Stand By Your Man', 'After The Fire Is Gone' & more.

This is a show not to be missed & with the passing of the great Loretta Lynn, there is no better time to celebrate her music.



  • Sunday, 11 February 2024 | 03:00 PM - 05:30 PM


Goulburn Performing Arts Centre, 163 Auburn Street, 2580, View Map

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