Grammy-Award Winning Musician JJ Cale Dies of a Heart Attack at 74
JJ Cale, the prestigious musician behind excellent shake hits like Eric Clapton's "After Midnight" and Lynyrd Synyrd's "Call Me the Breeze," has burned out of a heart strike.
Cale passed away Friday nighttime at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, Calif., consistent with his site. He was 74.
The Grammy-honor winning artist lyricist and Oklahoma local made his permanent check on the 1970s music scene composing with his novel sound. All through his profession, he pressed on to compose melodies for a cluster of specialists, for example Santana, The Allman Brothers, Johnny Cash and The Band.
While no burial service arrangements have been set, an appeal on his site requested the individuals who needed to recollect that him to make a gift to their neighborhood creature safe house.