Kenny Malone Death – Obituary News : Kenny Malone has died .
We are sad to report that Kenny Malone has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 23. 2021.
Kenny Malone, who played drums on Dolly’s Jolene album has sadly passed away due to COVID-19 at 83. Rest In Peace. 🤍 https://t.co/5NH0ydxsG6
— Dolly Parton News (@PartonNews) August 26, 2021
Dolly Parton News @PartonNews Kenny Malone, who played drums on Dolly’s Jolene album has sadly passed away due to COVID-19 at 83. Rest In Peace.
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I am so sorry that long-time Nashville drummer, percussionist and fellow session player Kenny Malone died of Covid-19 in the hospital. He was 83. He served in the Navy. Kenny was an incredible session player who created so many great grooves and feels of the music when I played there during the 1980s. Kenny played on several of my recordings, Stone From Which The Arch Was Made, Elysian Forest and The New Nashville Cats. He was a beautiful musician and cared so much about the feel of the music. I really loved so many sessions with him, and getting to see and befriend him often during those years. RIP Kenny Malone.
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What a tragedy. So sorry to hear. Get vaccinated people.
We have beaten The Polio Virus and so many other viruses already!! What’s the problem?JK Gulley
I was blessed to have Kenny on some Trax I recorded with the Guy Clark band in Nashville.. I had been a fan since I first heard him on Jerry Reed recordings. .
Deborah Ann Carson
Why do lose all the good people? There should be some kind of deal at the end of your time if you were a good person you get to stay longer!
So sad to learn of Kenny Malone crossing over the rainbow bridge. FCKN Covid !!!!