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Published on 31 Mar 2020, 21:37
A Nashville neighborhood says goodbye to country singer Joe Diffie. He’s one of nearly 3,000 people in the US to have died from COVID-19. The Grammy-winner is not the only figure in the music world to die from COVID-19. Alan Merrill, who wrote “I Love Rock and Roll,” died on March 29th. Singer-songwriter John Prine is hospitalized with Covid-19, as is Fountains of Wayne frontman and “That Thing You Do” songwriter Adam Schlesinger.
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