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Trisha Yearwood Tributes Naomi Judd: ‘Country Music Will Never Be the Same’

by Jonathan Howard
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When the news was announced, countless artists including Trisha Yearwood reached out with messages about Naomi Judd. Yearwood was one of the artists at the Country Music Hall of Fame induction. She was part of the group that helped honor the inductees including The Judds, Naomi and Wynonna.

Among a great group of performers at the induction was Yearwood and her husband Garth Brooks. When the news was announced, that Naomi Judd had died, Yearwood took to Twitter to share her sentiments. The singer came up in the music industry at around the same time as The Judds.

“I am deeply saddened by the loss of Naomi Judd,” she tweeted. “My heart goes out to her family during this extremely difficult time. Country music will never be the same. Love one another.”

That’s such a wonderful statement. Yearwood and Brooks helped make sure that the induction ceremony was a celebration, a time to reflect on Naomi’s life and contributions, and overall an appropriate moment. There were tears, there was laughter and a lot of great music. Five Grammys, nine CMA awards, and seven ACM awards… The Judds are country music legends and deserving additions to the Hall of Fame.

Trisha Yearwood is right about Naomi Judd. The world of country music will never be the same. Her presence throughout the years was an inspiration to many. I know that my state of Kentucky has been impacted hard by the news. With so many looking up to The Judds, their story, and their success.

What more can be said about this legendary icon that hasn’t been said already? There has already been a CMT presentation put together honoring the late singer. So, there’s that to look forward to as well.

Trisha Yearwood and Others Honor Naomi Judd and her Daughter Appreciates It

Trisha Yearwood was one of many in country music to honor Naomi Judd with words or performances. There have been so many kind words said about Naomi in the last few days. Photos, stories, videos, and so much more. With all of those kind messages, Ashley Judd says she can feel the love. So, keep those prayers and thoughts going their way during this hard time.

“Your outpouring is reaching me,” Ashley Judd said in a post. “Thank you for every thought, prayer, message, text, email, post, expression. We each are alone and we are in fellowship, broken and held, protected from nothing and sustained in everything. It’s the beginning of an old story, life and death, loss and life.”

While this is a hard time, love and support can get people through a lot. There are so many people that were touched by the Judd family through the years, so it’s only fitting they get that love in return.

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