Country music lost one of its honky-tonk heroes Wednesday, when Waylon Jennings succumbed to diabetes-related illnesses. He is said to have died peacefully, at home. He was probably the least known member of the group outside country music circles, but to fans, he personified the outlaw movement. In fact, his list of "refused tos" and "rejecteds" is nearly as long as his accomplishments: Jennings rejected standardized country pop for the hard-drinking "honky-tonk" music of country's roots, refused to appear on the Grand Ole Opry when it banned drums and has rejected many establishment awards and honors. Jennings didn't even attend his induction last year into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Officially, he was sick.
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The eldest child of country legend Waylon Jennings has died. Terry Jennings died in the early morning hours on Friday Jan. Jennings' son, Josh, turned to Facebook to share the news, writing, " He lived an [adventurous] life as many of you know and he has accomplished so much.
His style evolved over time, taking on a tougher, more bass-driven sound. By the time of his death, Jennings had become a country music superstar. Waylon Jennings was born on June 15, , in Littlefield, Texas, and is best remembered for helping to popularize a grittier and more rock-influenced style of music known as outlaw country music. He and some of his fellow artists were labeled "outlaws" for challenging the country music establishment and for their hard-partying ways. Jennings learned to play guitar as a child. By the age of 12, he was playing in a band and working as a radio disc jockey. Jennings dropped out of school and moved to Lubbock in He was performing with the group on February 3, , and he was supposed to get on a private plane with Holly after their show at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa. Jennings, however, gave up his spot on the plane to rock star J.
He was Jennings, a singer, songwriter and guitarist, recorded 60 albums and had 16 No. He had been plagued with diabetes-related health problems in recent years that made it difficult for him to walk. In December, his left foot was amputated at a Phoenix hospital. Jennings and his wife, singer Jessi Colter, sold their home in Nashville more than a year ago and moved to Chandler, Ariz. He was scheduled to fly on the light plane that crashed and killed Holly, Ritchie Valens and J. Jennings gave up his seat on the plane to Richardson, who was ill and wanted to fly rather than travel by bus. His resonant, authoritative voice also was used to narrate the popular TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard. He often refused to attend music awards shows on the grounds that performers should not compete against each other.