Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift Remember Steve Jobs

"What a tragic loss," says Taylor.

photo courtesy Apple

Apple founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday (Oct. 5). The technological mastermind, who gave the world the iPod, the iPhone, iTunes and the iPad, changed the music industry, and several country artists took to their Twitter accounts to give their condolences.

Taylor Swift: "I never met Steve Jobs, but I always wanted to. What a tragic loss. I can't believe it. About to call my family and tell them I love them."

James Otto: "So Sad Steve Jobs died today! As a mac geek this is Truly sad news! He was a visionary that will never be replaced!"

Rascal Flatts' Joe Don Rooney: "Steve Jobs passed away. Sad loss but his legacy will live forever. My thoughts & prayers are with his family & friends at this time."

Brad Paisley: "I am glad I get to live in the world Steve Jobs enhanced."

Laura Bell Bundy: "Steve Jobs, Thank u for ur genius & incredible advancements in technology . . . & allowing me to literally work anywhere."

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