Cheers poured in for "coal miner's girl" Loretta Lynn. The legendary singer died Tuesday at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, according to her family.
Coal miner's daughter Loretta Lynn has died aged 90
Among those taking to social media was the Grand Ole Opry.
60 years of Opry membership, memories, songs and untold stories. The Aubreys turn to music when words fail. Thank you for everything you've given OpryLorettaLynn, we love you,” the site tweeted.
"So sorry to hear about my sister, my friend Loretta," Dolly Parton tweeted. "We were like sisters all those years in Nashville and she was a great person, a great talent, she had millions of fans and I'm a part of that. I miss him so much, we will all miss him. God bless. ".
Country singer Reba McIntyre took to Instagram to pay tribute.
“My mom and Loretta Lynn were four years apart, and my mom was the oldest. They always reminded me so much of each other. Strong women who loved their children and were fiercely loyal.
Now they're both in heaven to visit each other and talk about how they grew up and how different country music is from their younger days. Of course, I'm glad Mom got there first so she could welcome Loretta to Heaven's Screams.
I have always loved and will always love Loretta. He was always very kind to me. I really appreciate that he opened the difficult and treacherous path for all of us as singers".
"Great news about Loretta Lynn's passing…Prayers to her family," Blake Shelton tweeted.
"It's very difficult to feel like you have the right words. I heard Loretta say. "Your time, dear." "We all loved him very much. There will never be another like him. I am so grateful to have met him. spending time with him, laughing with him… I was always a little surprised when he called me his friend. I know how much he loves Doe, his son and daughter, his mother and father, Patsy. “Tami, Conway missed her. With them now. I imagine her big, beautiful smile and how happy her soul is for him. He ended every call the same way… "I love you baby!" I love you too Loretta I love you too", wrote Martina McBride on Instagram alongside a photo with Lynn.
“Very sad news this morning…Loretta Lynn has come home…Britain has lost her queen…Now we have lost ours…Rest in peace madam. Loved you all… #RIPLorretta,” the Oak Ridge Boys tweeted.
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He was an inspiration. RIP Loretta Lynn," wrote Carole King.
Billy Ray Cyrus shared an album cover signed by Lane as a tribute.
“Celebrating the life of Loretta Lynn. One of the biggest rewards I got was collaborating with him and George Jones on a song he wrote called Country Music Has The Blues. He gave me a big gift that day,” Cyrus tweeted.
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