Jimmy Capps Death – Dead : Jimmy Capps Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown
Guitarist Jimmy Capps, a talent heard on many of your favorite country stars’ biggest hits has died, according to a statement posted online on June. 2, 2020.
We learned of his death through the following tribute posted on social media.,
So sorry to hear that Nashville’s friend Jimmy Capps has passed away. Be in prayer for his family and friends during this time. He was the best. Thanks for all the great tunes Jimmy. Blessings. pic.twitter.com/FbjwqfovUj
— STATLER BROS TRIBUTE (@AMERICANPRIDE4U) June 2, 2020
RELATED STORY: CLICK HERE TO SEE WHICH CELEBRITY DIED TODAY.
T. Graham Brown Fan wrote
I’m very sad to hear of the passing of Opry guitar player Jimmy Capps. RIP sir.
I know you’ve lost a great friend. I enjoyed watching him back you up many many times.JIMMY WAYNE wroteNashville, the music industry and the world lost an icon; a legend last night. Jimmy Capps didn’t say much but he sure smiled a whole lot. He was the nicest man in the country music business. God, this is sad. RIP, JimChris Golden wroteA Nashville treasure has gone home. I was blessed to have played music with the legendary Jimmy Capps on several occasions. He was always gracious, encouraging, and kind. Thanks for the music and friendship Jimmy. #pointtothestarSaving Country Music wroteThis is a big one. Jimmy Capps played on “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones, George Strait’s “Amarillo By Morning,” and “The Gambler” by Kenny Rogers, and was in the Opry house band since the 60’s.Shane Stonestreet wroteJust found out that a lifelong family friend, music mentor, my former record producer and songwriting buddy Jimmy Capps, passed away last night. I can’t put into words, what this man has meant to me and my family. We lost a great one. Thanks for the memoriesFoxPromotions wroteThe Legendary Jimmy Capps has passed away. Singer/Songwriter Brian Hedges shared, “It’s just if anyone ever experienced the Opry firsthand, or worked in any studio in Nashville for the past 50 years..they knew and respected Jimmy Capps.” #masterofsmoothness RIP Sir!