John Prine's Widow Fiona Opens Up About Losing Her Husband to Coronavirus: 'I'm in Uncharted Territory'
John Prine's Widow Opens Up About Losing Her Husband to Coronavirus: 'I'm in Uncharted Territory'
The country-folk singer and songwriter died as a result of complications from the novel coronavirus on April 7, at the age of 73Read More
Kacey Musgraves Honors John Prine After Coronavirus Death: He 'Singlehandedly Impacted My Songwriting More Than Anyone Else'
Kacey Musgraves Honors Late Idol John Prine: He 'Impacted My Songwriting More Than Anyone Else'
"There are two times I’ve ever seen my dad cry: my Memaw’s funeral and the time I got to play with John Prine," Kacey Musgraves tells PEOPLE exclusivelyRead More
Bonnie Raitt Dedicates Performance of 'Home' to John Prine After His Death: 'Still So Heartbroken'
"God bless you, to that Angel from Montgomery. This one's for John," Bonnie Raitt saidRead More
John Prine's Widow Fiona Whelan Prine Speaks Out: 'We Have No Words to Describe This Grief'
John Prine’s widow, Fiona Whelan Prine, broke her silence following his death in an Instagram post shared on WednesdayRead More
Bruce Springsteen, Miranda Lambert, Sheryl Crow and More Stars Mourn the Loss of 'National Treasure' John Prine
Bruce Springsteen, Miranda Lambert and More Stars Mourn the Loss of Country Songwriter John Prine
John Prine died at 73 in Nashville on Tuesday due to complications from COVID-19Read More
John Prine, Country Songwriting Legend, Dies at 73 of Coronavirus Complications
John Prine, who wrote classics including "Angel from Montgomery," "Paradise" and "Sam Stone," was hospitalized on March 26Read More