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Country music world mourns loss of Naomi Judd amid Stagecoach festival – Press Telegram

“Love Can Build a Bridge,” the 1990s hit of the Judds, was on fans’ minds on Saturday when news of Matriarch Naomi Judd’s death was announced at age 76.

Maren Morris, who performed on Friday, April 29, at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indiatweeted: “Rest in peace, Naomi Judd. Honor to have witnessed ‘Love Can Build a Bridge’ just a few weeks ago.”

Carrie Underwood, the headliner who will close the show on Saturday, April 30, also took to Twitter, saying, “Sing with the angels, Naomi.”

The announcement of Judd’s death was made on Saturday by daughters Wynnona Judd, 57, her singing partner and actor Ashley Judd, 54.

“Sisters are living a tragedy today. We lost our beautiful mother to mental illness. We are shattered. We are navigating a deep pain and we know that, as we love her, she was loved by her audience. We are in unknown territory. “

The Judds, Naomi and Wynonna, were willing to be incorporated into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday, May 1st.

Colleagues on social media included Travis Tritt, who called Naomi Judd “one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met.”

Ty Herndon called her irreplaceable.

Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth called her incredibly kind.

Crystal Gayle remembered her as a Kentuck companion.

Comedian Loni Love said Naomi Judd changed her life as a judge on “Star Search.”

“Friends, hug your moms if you can,” the band said Sawyer Brown posted on Facebook.

Today Show presenter Hoda Kotb tweeted that she treasured the times Naomi was on the show.



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