Today we lost a legend, a trailblazer, the Queen of Country...Loretta Lynn passed away at the age of 90.
The overwhleming love and admiration that was, and continues to be, shown for the "Coalminer's Daughter" from her friends. fans and peers is all well deserved! An amazing woman....160+Songs, 60 Albums, 45 Million Records Sold World Wide... 4 Grammy's, 7 AMA's, 13 ACM's, 8 CMA's, Songwriters Hall of Fame and more. Their are so many accolades. Rest In Peace, Dear Loretta.
Boy, did she leave a lasting impression with fans, country and basically everyone she met by the looks of all these posts.
We’re sure going to miss @LorettaLynn. What an amazing woman and so unbelievably talented. Very thankful she shared that with all of us fans. God bless all of the family. Rest in Peace Loretta. See you down the road. — gs pic.twitter.com/TxniY3Qmgs— George Strait (@GeorgeStrait) October 4, 2022
So sad to hear of the passing of @LorettaLynn. She was always an inspiration to those of us grew up listening to and loving real country music. Her kindness, strength and devotion to country music and her fans will be deeply missed. They don’t make ‘em like her anymore. pic.twitter.com/mkSGLqM7u0— Travis Tritt (@Travistritt) October 4, 2022
There was no one like Loretta. She was a trailblazer for the genre and a role model for so many young women…. My wife and our daughters included. Sending our love to her family and all of those grieving today. @LorettaLynn pic.twitter.com/kmMZHt2FHW— Tim McGraw (@TheTimMcGraw) October 4, 2022
RIP Miss Loretta. I find it very difficult to put your beautiful soul, talent and friendship into words right now... so I will use the ones you said to me and so many others, so many times…”I love you honey”— KidRock (@KidRock) October 4, 2022
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Listening to nothing but Loretta Lynn for the rest of the week. RIP to an absolute icon in country music. Damn.— Parker McCollum (@ParkerMcCollum) October 4, 2022
I’m so heartbroken to hear about Loretta’s passing. She was so kind to me and she blazed so many trails for all of us girls in country music. Thanks you for all the songs . Miss you. Fly high. ?? pic.twitter.com/BJijGC16Wy— Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert) October 4, 2022