The most trending word from yesterday is JOE DIFFIE. Who is he? What was happened to him?Let us see.
Joe Diffie, an American music singer who made more than 20 top 10 hits to his credit. He was 61 years old native of Tulsa. Yesterday he passed away due to the complications from coronavirus.
Two days before his death, Joe Diffie told that he tested positive for coronavirus and he receiving complete treatment for recovering.
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Joe Diffie told,”My family and I are asking for privacy at this situation. We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautions and careful during this pandemic”.
He had a huge fan followers because of his songs like 1994’s “Pick up man”. This is one of the famous songs of him. He won a GRAMMY award in 1998 for “Same old train”, a collaboration with other artists including Clint Black, Merle Haggard, Patty Loveless and Randy Travis.
Travis Tritt tweeted his condolences for the sudden demise of Diffie’s death. He told me that Joe was a friend and touring partner with me 90’s. This comes a huge shock to all of us in the country music community. Deepest condolences to Joe’s family, friends and fans.
Famous hits of Joe Diffie
- “Third Rock from the Sun” (Sterling Whipple, Tony Martin, John Greenebaum)
- “John Deere Green” (Dennis Linde)
- “Texas Size Heartache” (Zack Turner, Lonnie Wilson)
- “Ships That Don’t Come In” (Paul Nelson, Dave Gibson)
- “Pickup Man” (Howard Perdew, Kerry Kurt Phillips)
- “So Help Me Girl” (Perdew, Andy Spooner)
- “Poor Me” (Al Anderson, Bob DiPiero)
- “Honky Tonk Attitude” (Joe Diffie, Lee Bogan)
- “Home” (Fred Lehner, Spooner)
- “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)” (Perdew, Phillips, Rick Blaylock)
- “Bigger Than the Beatles” (Steve Dukes, Jeb Stuart Anderson)
- “Hurt Me All the Time” (Terry Skinner, Chad Austin)