Kenny Malone death – How did Kenny Malone die? – cause of death – dead : obituary – tributes
Kenny Malone Cause of death – what happened?
- Date of death : August 26, 2021
- Death Age : 83 -year-old
- cause of death :covid-19
Kenny Malone, Nashville based drummer who played on hits by Dolly Parton (“Jolene”), Dobie Gray (“Drift Away”), John Prine (“Sweet Revenge”) and many others, August 4, 1938-August 26, 2021. COVID is listed as the cause of death.
Kenny Malone, a prolific Nashville session drummer whose skittering snare rhythms haunted Dolly Parton’s No. 1 country hit “Jolene” in 1973 and whose swinging jazz groove anchored Crystal Gayle’s crossover smash “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” in 1977, died at a hospital here on Thursday. He Dies at 83
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