American country music legend Loretta Lynn has had a successful operation on her shoulder after injuring it in a fall at her home in Tennessee.
Lynn was injured at her home, which is 60 miles (97 km) from Nashville
The 71-year-old slipped as she tried to sit in a chair, forcing her to cancel nine concerts which were due to take place in June and July.
Lynn's agent said that the surgery had gone "very well".
The singer, who has won three Grammy awards, is expected to be able to leave hospital next week.
She is best known for her autobiographical song Coal Miner's Daughter.
Her latest album, Van Lear Rose, was produced by Jack White of the White Stripes.
It is not the first time that an injury has interrupted one of her tours.
In February 2005, Lynn was forced to cancel two shows in Oklahoma and Texas because of back pain.