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Nation Music Corridor of Fame artist Tom T. Corridor dies at age 85


“Our household asks for privateness throughout this troublesome time,” Dean Corridor stated in a tweet,

Corridor, who was born in Olive Hill, Kentucky, was inducted into the Nation Music Corridor of Fame in 2008.

Corridor was dubbed “The Storyteller” by Nation Music Corridor of Fame member Tex Ritter, and wrote songs “distinguished by their narrative high quality, their wealthy element, and their eager perception into the fantastic thing about on a regular basis life,” the Corridor of Fame stated in its appreciation.

He is recognized for writing the 1968 hit “Harper Valley P.T.A.,” made common by Jeannie C. Riley, in addition to different songs similar to “A Week in a Nation Jail,” “I Love,” “The Yr That Clayton Delaney Died,” and “I Like Beer.”

“Tom T. Corridor’s masterworks fluctuate in plot, tone, and tempo, however they’re sure by his ceaseless and unyielding empathy for the triumphs and losses of others,” Nation Music Corridor of Fame and Museum CEO Kyle Younger stated Friday.

“He wrote with out judgment or anger, providing a rhyming journalism of the guts that units his compositions aside from every other author. He was a storyteller, a thinker, a whiskey maker, a novelist, a poet, a painter, a benefactor, a letter author, a present giver, a gentleman farmer, and lots of extra issues.”

“Thanks for the entire music, Tom T. Corridor. We’ll miss you,” the Grand Ole Opry tweeted Friday.
Fellow performers additionally hailed Corridor’s legacy. The Oak Ridge Boys tweeted their thanks to Corridor for the songs and the “power you offered to so many,” whereas Travis Tritt described him as “one of many best story telling songwriters ever!”
Corridor had six Grammy nominations and was the winner within the Greatest Album Notes class in 1972 for his album “Tom T. Corridor’s Best Hits.”



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