"Cowboy" Jack Clement, a country music legend, died yesterday of liver cancer aged 82. He worked through his extensive career with the likes of Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Dolly Parton.
Jack Clement, a Nashville country music legend, died yesterday (8th August) at the age of 82. He had been suffering from cancer of the liver and died at his home in Nashville, according to reports in The Tennessean.
Jerry Lee Lewis, photographed performing in Las Vegas in 2011, worked with Jack Clement.
Over his 50 year career, Clement worked with artists hailing from all genres of music. Despite his interests lying primarily in country music, he has produced records by Rock, Jazz, Bluegrass and Gospel amongst many others.
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