Industry Greats Who Have Passed Away In 2011
UPDATED LIST OF INDUSTRY NAMES WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY IN 2011
The following is an update of those names in our music industry here in Tennessee that we have lost in 2011.
MAY THEIR SOULS REST IN PEACE.
Billie Jo Spears dies at 74, Barbara Orbison, widow of Roy Orbison, dies at age 60, Charlie Douglas country music disc jockey dies at 78, Tom Roady Nashville percussionist dies at 62, Paul Yandell Nashville guitarist, Chet Atkins’ right-hand man, dies at 76, Don Wayne 78, Billy Grammer, Opry member dies at 85, Bill Johnson, Nashville artist, who redesigned ‘Rolling Stone’ logo, dies at 68, Steve Popovich, maverick record executive who worked with roster of legends, dies at 68, Jean Dinning songwriter ‘Teen Angel’ , Patsi Bale Cox, Johnnie Wright, Kitty Wells Husband, Charlie Louvin, Wilma Lee Cooper, Mel McDaniel, “Big John” Bechtel, one of Nashville’s Legendary Steel Guitarists passed away Sept 28th. He was 74 years old. Dobie Gray, Ferlin Husky, Liz Anderson, Pee Wee Rogers Steel Guitarist for Little Jimmy Dickens, Doug Collins One of country music’s legendary DJ’s and a dear, dear friend, James O’Gwynn Great recording artist, Lamar Fikes Elvis’s Memphis Mafia, Buddy Charleton Legendary steel guitarist for Ernest Tubb, Doc Williams One of the great pioneers of country music, Carlton Haney Legendary Promoter, Ralph Mooney Buck Owens and Waylon Jennings steel guitarist, Coyote McCloud Nashville’s legendary DJ, Sonny Martin Country & Bluegrass Artist, Kenny Baker A legend fiddle player in bluegrass music, Jack Barlow One of the great stylist voices in country music, Marshall Grant Base player for Johnny Cash’s Original Band, Jack Pruitt Marty Robbins great guitar player, Taz Digregoria Keyboard player, vocalist, and longtime member of Charlie Daniels Band.
This list of Stars who have passed on during 2011 was made available by Marty Martel, Keeping Country’s Memory Alive, If I have missed someone, please let me know. Thank you.
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