Hal Ketchum, leggendario artista di musica country, muore a 67 dopo la battaglia con la demenza

Il cantante di musica country Hal Ketchum è morto all'età di 67 lunedì sera a causa di complicazioni dovute alla demenza, sua moglie ha detto.

With great sadness and grief we announce that Hal passed away peacefully last night at home due to complications of dementia,” Ketchum’s wife, Andrea, confirmed in a post on the late singer’s pagina Facebook e sito web.
May his music live on forever in your hearts and bring you peace.
Ketchum, who was known for country music hits such asSmall Town Saturday Night” e “Long Haired Country Boy,” released his first album in 1988. He would go on to release 10 more albums, according to his website.
    I’ve known Hal Ketchum since 1985, when I first booked him at Gruene Hall,” Ketchum’s longtime friend and personal manager Tracie Ferguson told CNN. “He played his first official gig in the front room of the old Hall for about 25 persone. He only had to sing one note for everyone to realize that he had something special and it didn’t take long for the country music world to notice him.
    Ketchum has been a member of the Grand Ole Oprya weekly country music showcase — da 1994, his website says.
    Ketchum would go on to have 15 superiore 10 singles and five million albums sold, his website says.
      Nel 2010, Ketchum moved to Texas where he would go on to play in theaters and venues such as The Birchmere and Eddie’s Attic, Ferguson said. Ketchum was diagnosed with Dementia in 2017, and he played his last show at home on the stage of Gruene Hall, according to Ferguson.
      One thing that stood out about Hal was his continued love for his fans, and he gave as much of himself to them as possible,” Ferguson said. “His kindness and sweet spirit will be remembered by everyone who knew or met him.

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