— Randy Rogers Band (@RandyRogersBand) April 6, 2016
Merle Haggard was the best country songwriter there ever was.
— Jason Isbell (@JasonIsbell) April 6, 2016
Never has my heart been so heavy. There will never be another like you Merle. #myhero
— Cody Canada and The (@departed_music) April 6, 2016
There's no way to say it in 140 characters. He was the best there ever was. I'm feeling this one. pic.twitter.com/2F8Nun848F
— Jason Eady (@jasoneady) April 6, 2016
Rest in peace Mr Haggard. I am at a loss for anything else to say.
— Josh Grider (@joshgrider) April 6, 2016
Hugs to all my musical brothers and sisters. I wish we could all hug each other and play Haggard tunes together until tomorrow. Love to all.
— Courtney Patton (@court_patton) April 6, 2016
— Jason Boland (@BolandStraggler) April 6, 2016
Mighty Merle Haggard passed away today. They don't make 'em like him anymore. God bless Merle and everyone who will be missing him
— Zane Williams (@ZaneTheSinger) April 6, 2016
Country music has suffered one of the greatest losses it will ever experience Rest in peace Merle Haggard
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) April 6, 2016
This hit us in the gut. We'll be having another "Merle" night on the bus this weekend. Condolences to his family https://t.co/pb6camGXs5
— Josh AbboŦŦ (@joshabbottband) April 6, 2016
From the start of my music career, to the first dance at our wedding, to late night bus jams. Merle was always there.. Sad day.. RIP Merle
— Preston Wait (@PToneW) April 6, 2016
I loved it all but I especially loved when he picked up the fiddle. He seemed to be having so much fun. pic.twitter.com/8GeycbVwxD
— Lee Ann Womack (@leeannwomack) April 6, 2016