GRAND Ole Opry member, Stonewall Jackson, has died at the age of 89.
The country musician was battling vascular dementia at the time of his death.
He joined the Grand Old Opry in 1956, making him the longest current member.
He was featured on the Billboard country singles chart over 40 times. Some of his hits include, Don’t Be Angry, I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water, and BJ the DJ.
“Thank you for all the music and memories, Stonewall Jackson,” wrote the Opry on Twitter.
Saturday’s performance of the Opry will be dedicated to his honor.
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