Dolly Parton, Sissy Spacek, among others, pays tribute to Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn
Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn Passed Away : Following the announcement of Loretta Lynn’s passing on Tuesday at the age of 90, tributes to her were widespread.

Friends and admirers of the groundbreaking country music artist Lynn, whose life story was depicted in the 1980 movie “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” expressed their sadness on social media.

Sissy Spacek, who won an Oscar for playing Lynn in the movie, expressed her “heartbreak” at the singer’s passing. The close friend of Lynn’s, Dolly Parton, wrote on social media, “So sorry to hear about my sister, friend Loretta.

“It’s a sad day today. A great human being left this world. Loretta Lynn was a fantastic musician, a pioneer of powerful, enduring country music, and a dear friend. I’m devastated.

My heartfelt condolences go out to her great family, her friends, and her devoted followers. In a tweet on Twitter, Spacek stated

She was a lovely person with a tremendous talent, and I count myself among her millions of admirers, Parton said. “We’ve been like sisters throughout the years we’ve been in Nashville. “I shall miss her terribly, as will we all. Let her soul rest in peace.

A flashback image of singer Martina McBride and Lynn was published on her official Instagram account.

“Feeling like you have the correct words is so difficult. Just take your time, honey, I can hear Loretta saying,” McBride said in the caption. “She was adored by all of us. Nobody else will ever compare to her. I’m really happy that we connected and that we were able to laugh together. Every time she referred to me as her buddy, I felt a bit surprised.

Carole King, a renowned composer, posted a picture of Lynn grinning while sitting at a piano and wrote, “She was an inspiration. Loretta Lynn, RIP.

Kacey Musgraves, a country music artist, kept it simple by tweeting just “Loretta” and an emoji for a broken heart.

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