Country music legend Tom T. Hall passes away



FILE – In this file photo from Tuesday, October 30, 2012, Tom T. Hall accepts the Icon Award at the 60th Annual BMI Country Awards in Nashville, Tenn. Singer-songwriter Tom T. Hall, who composed “Harper Valley PTA” and sang about the simple joys of life as an accomplished blue-collar bard of country music, has passed away. He was 85 years old. His son, Dean Hall, confirmed the musician’s death on Friday August 20, 2021 at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. (Photo by Wade Payne / Invision / AP, on file)

FRANKLIN, TN (WOWK) – Country Music Hall of Fame artist Tom T. Hall has passed away.

Country Music Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young posted on Twitter: “Tom T. Hall’s masterpieces vary in plot, tone and tempo, but they are linked by his relentless empathy. and inflexible for the triumphs and losses of others. My bet is that we won’t see people like him again, but if we do, I’ll be the first in line for tickets to the show.

Tributes started pouring in after news of his death was announced on social media.

Hall wrote classics like “This is how I got to Memphis”, “I love beer” and “Harper Valley PTA”.

He entered the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008.

Hall was 85 years old.


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