Tom T. Hall, a country singer, died Friday at the age of 85 at his home in Franklin, Tennessee, according to his son.
“During this terrible moment, our family requests privacy,” Dean Hall wrote in a tweet.
Tom T. Hall is elected into Country Music in 2008. He has been birthed in Holly Hill, Kentucky.
Also, Tex Ritter, a founder of the Concert Hall, called Hall “The Storyteller,” and Hall penned songs “distinguished by their storytelling
quality, rich detail, and acute insight into the beauty of daily life,” according to the Hall of Fame.
Tom T. Hall’s best known for penning Jeannie C. Riley’s 1968 song “Harper Valley P.T.A.,” as well as songs like “A Week in a Country Jail,” “I Love,” “The Year Clayton Delaney Died,” and “I Like Beer.”
Also, Tom T. Hall’s masterworks differ in story, tone, and pace, but they are all united by his unwavering empathy for others
successes and “He wrote without condemnation or rage, providing heartfelt rhyming journalism that distinguished him apart from
Tom T. Hall was a storyteller, philosopher, whiskey maker, author, poet, painter, philanthropist, letter writer, gift-giver, gentleman
farmer, and so much more.”
“Tom T. Hall, thank you for all of the songs. We’ll miss you, we’ll miss you “The Grand Ole Opry sent out a tweet on Friday.