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Country singer Loretta Lynn says she wants to make another album with Jack White

White produced, sang and played on Lynn's Grammy-winning 2004 album 'Van Lear Rose'

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Country singer Loretta Lynn has revealed that she wants to make another album with Jack White.

White produced, sang and played a range of instruments on Lynn's 2004 album 'Van Lear Rose', which became the highest-charting LP of her career on the US albums chart, peaking at Number 24, and went on to win a pair of Grammy Awards.

"I think I'm going to go after Jack White and give him another call to do another album," Lynn said in a new interview with Billboard. The singer, now 81, also revealed that she has numerous other projects in the works including a Christmas album and a religious album.

White is currently working on new songs with his band The Dead Weather, a tweet from his Third Man Records label revealed last week (August 29). The band are currently holed up in the Third Man studio in Nashville.

The Dead Weather is made up of White, The Kills' Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita of Queens Of The Stone Age and Jack Lawrence of The Greenhornes and The Raconteurs. They released their debut album, 'Horehound', in 2009 and followed it in 2010 with 'Sea of Cowards'.

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