Country Star Lynn Anderson is dead

Country Star Lynn Anderson is dead
The American country singer Lynn Anderson, known for the hit song "Rose Garden," died Thursday night of a heart attack, 67 years old.

Anderson died at a hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.

She was hospitalized with pneumonia after a vacation trip to Italy.

Anderson was one of the biggest country artists in the 1970s and won numerous awards for his music.

She continued to make songs almost until her death.

The album "Bridges" was released in June this year.

Anderson is best remembered for "Rose Garden", which was sold in over 16 million copies worldwide.

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