The American singer-songwriter John Prine has died at the age of 73 due to COVID-19, Tuesday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
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- The American singer-songwriter John Prine has died at age 73, due to COVID-19.
- Prine was hospitalized and intubated last month after a “sudden onset” of coronavirus symptoms.
- “Behalf of the Prine family, John died today at Vanderbilt due to complications of COVID-19.”
- Prine signed with Atlantic Records and released his self-titled debut album in 1971.
- The unassuming Prine never had a hit single or a blockbuster album. But he built a devoted.
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One of the man confirmed that, “Yes, we can confirm on behalf of the Prine family John died today at Vanderbilt due to complications of Covid-19.”
Prine was hospitalized last month after a “sudden onset” of coronavirus symptoms, according to a family statement posted on his verified Twitter account.
John Prine Died, Aged 73, Due To COVID-19
“This is hard news for us to share. But so many of you have loved and supported John over the years, we wanted to let you know, and give you the chance to send on more of that love and support now. And know that we love you, and John loves you,” the statement said.
Sheryl Crow said, “My heart hurts learning that John Prine has passed away. He is singing with the angels. You will be missed but your songs will live on.”
“He got up to sing at open mic night and he sang Hello In There and Angel From Montgomery. Those were his songs for open mic night.” Jason Islell said on twitter for John.
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John Prine is an American country-folk singer-songwriter. He has been active as a composer, recording artist, and live performer since the early 1970s, and is known for an often humorous style of country music that has elements of protest and social commentary.
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