COVID-19: country music Star dies after complications from coronavirus


The country music star, Joe Diffie passed away this Sunday, march 29, after health complications caused by COVID-19commonly called, coronavirus.

COVID-19: country music Star dies after complications from coronavirus

Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus

Joe Diffie he passed away at the age of 61 years, days after the medical tests performed gave positive for coronavirus, whose results were published last Friday.

“The country music legend GRAMMY winner, Joe Diffie, died today, Sunday, march 29, from complications of coronavirus (COVID-19). His family requests privacy at this time”.

The news, released on the official website of country music star, who were expecting his speedy recovery after shaking to know that Joe Diffie was “under the care of medical professionals and receiving treatment”.

Joe Diffie, the country star

Joe Diffie 61-year-old, at the time of his death by coronavirus, was a famous musician of the country music in the united States, who pitched a total of 13 studio albums.

The interpreter was a member of the group of country, Grand Ole Opry for 25 years, and his last musical work was the disk of vinyl, “Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie”, which he released as a solo artist.

He was nominated to the Awards, Grammys, on two occasions, and won the statuette in 1998 as “Best Collaboration COuntry” for “Same Old Train” with Marty Stuart.

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The last message to their fans that sent Joe Diffie, it was last Friday when he announced that he had been diagnosed with COVID-19 or coronavirus, which was published in his official account of Facebook.

“I am under the care of medical professionals and I am currently receiving treatment. My family and I are asking for privacy at this time. We want to remind the public and to all my fans who are attentive, cautious and careful during this pandemic.”

Fans of Joe Diffie have left several messages giving condolences to the family on his page in Facebook.