Devil Went Down to Georgia Co-Writer Tommy Crain Dies
Crain was with The Charlie Daniels Band for 15 years, beginning in 1975, and he appeared on more than 20 albums. He took home a Grammy for co-writing "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" in 1980, and he is credited with writing or co-writing more than 60 songs during his career.
Charlie Daniels paid tribute to Tommy on his website, saying: "Tommy Crain will always be a part of the CDB family, and his music will always be a part of the CDB sound. We have lost a good friend, and the world has lost a unique, creative and precious human being. We send our deepest condolences to the family of our brother. You were special, buddy. We're gonna miss you." more on this story
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