The world of music has actually lost a star.
Country vocalist and songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker has actually died at the age of 78, several outlets report.
Known for his hit “Mr. Bojangles” and being a leader of hooligan nation, the famous artist passed away on Friday, Oct. 23 following a long fight with throat cancer, Rolling Stone validated through the star’s press agent.
E! News has actually connected to Walker’s representatives for our own verification and have yet to get an action.
The vocalist and songwriter was born Ronald Clyde Crosby in Oneonta, New York in 1942. However, he lived the majority of his life in the South, most especially in Austin, Texas.
While living in the “Live Music Capital of the World,” as Rolling Stone notes, Walker ended up being a star with his hooligan nation noise, where artists like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Michael Martin Murphey were carrying out a comparable design.