“We will with heavy hearts,” Young wrote.
Judd has died aged 76, her daughters announced on Saturday, hours before the country music legend – half of The Judds, along with daughter Wynonna – was celebrated at the medal ceremony of the Nashville Museum.
Wynonna Judd still plans to attend the ceremony, the Hall of Famer said in an email to CNN.
In their announcements shared on Twitter, Judd’s daughters Wynonna and Ashley, an actress, wrote that they “lost our beautiful mother to mental illness”.
“We are navigating deep grief and know that as much as we loved her, she was loved by her audience,” her daughters’ statement added. “We are in uncharted territory.”
The mother-daughter duo began performing together as professional actors in the early 1980s, quickly producing a string of major hits like “Mama He’s Crazy” and “Love Can Build a Bridge,” and selling more than 20 million records. Between 1984 and 1991, The Judds won five Grammys and had 14 No. 1 singles, according to the Hall of Fame.
As Wynonna sang the lead, “Naomi provided harmony, wit and a sassy stage presence that engaged the audience,” the Hall of Fame said.
The announcement was updated following news of Judd’s passing, noting, “The Judds’ museum, family and fans, and the entertainment industry are mourning his sudden passing.”
CNN’s Andy Rose and Christina Maxouris contributed to this report.