Popular Musician and country music Legend Joe Diffie Died yesterday on 29 March. Unfortunately, Joe Diffie has been tested positive with COVID-19 aka Coronavirus a few days back. And Owing to the Coronavirus outbreak, Joe Diffie rescheduled many of his shows to help decrease the spread of the virus.
After Diffie was tested positive with COVID-19 he was put under isolation and medical care to help him recover. However, Diffie suffered major complications from the virus which ultimately became the cause of his death. After learning about the news of his death Fans from across the globe showed their condolences and support to the singer’s family.
Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Joe was a member of the Grand Ole Opry radio program for more than 25 years. Among his successes were “Honky Tonk Attitude”, “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)”, “Bigger Than the Beatles” and “If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)”.
Diffie announced today that she was infected with the new coronavirus, becoming the first country celebrity to release the diagnosis. The artist’s publicist, Scott Adkins, said the singer died Sunday in Nashville, Tennessee, from complications related to the suffering.
Her albums from the mid-1990s, “Honkey Tonk Attitude” and “Third Rock From the Sun”, produced platinum albums. Eighteen of Diffie’s singles were at the top 10 of the country music tables, and five of them were at the top.
His last individual album was “The Bluegrass Album: Homecoming”, launched in 2010.
Joe Diffie is one of those artists. We grew up within the 90s. This guy knew how to sing a country song. “Life’s so Funny”… is one of the famous albums of all time.
“Even though I’ve been doing this for a long time, it’s like I want to pinch myself still. It’s an awful neat deal to be able to live out your dream.” – Joe Diffie
Thank you for all of the music and light you’ve given us. Thank you for letting us be part of your dream.