Happy birthday Loretta Lynn! Her Secret Language Name is “Electric Transition.” She hasn’t exactly had it easy. The Coal Miner’s Daughter went from poverty in Kentucky to Nashville superstar. She helped bring traditional country music to the masses. The First Lady of Country Music grew up in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, a community that had no paved roads or flush toilets. She was married to 21-year old man when she was just 13, and by 18 was a mother of four. She took her experiences onto the stage. Many of her songs are about what it’s like to be a woman living in the deep South. Her goal was to speak to other women like her.
Happy birthday Herbie Hancock! His Secret Language Name is “Instructional Societal Awareness.” Herbie is a pianist and composer who is regarded not only as one of the greatest living jazz musicians, but also as one of the most influential jazz musicians of the 20th century. Born during the Week of the Pioneer and the Way of Instruction, he is gifted with the ability to motivate others with his dynamic ideas. His music embraces elements of funk and soul while adopting freer stylistic elements from jazz.
Happy birthday Vince Gill! This country star’s Secret Language Name is “Influential Societal Awareness.” He started small, as just a bluegrass artist who could play a bunch of instruments. But it all paid off for him in the end! He established himself in the Pure Prairie League. But when he went independent, he had booming success. He has sold more than 22 million records. Born in the Month of the Dynamo, it’s no surprise that Vince has loads of awards crowding his trophy case. He has earned 18 Country Music Awards and a whopping 20 Grammy Awards, more than any other male Country music artist.