Country music star Jody Miller died Thursday at the age of 80.
Miller, known as the artist of the Grammy award-winning "Queen of the House," died after years of being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
— New York Post (@nypost) October 6, 2022
"Middle Sister is sorry to announce the passing of Jody Miller this morning, music icon and mother of Robin Brooks," the Middle-Sister Music page shared.
"Please remember the family as they deal with this great loss," it added.
Country music star and 'Queen of the House' singer Jody Miller dead... (New York Post)
Country music singer Jody Miller died Thursday at age 80.
— Music Briefly (@MusicNews_b) October 6, 2022
Miller's other hits included songs such as "Let's All Go Down to the River," "Baby, I'm Yours" and "Home of the Brave." She was signed by Capitol Records in 1965 and sang at the inaugural ball of George H.W. Bush in 1988.
The well-known country artist was also inducted into the Country Gospel Hall of Fame in 1999, forever sealing her legacy as one of the greats of the music genre.