Singer/songwriter Mark Gray died Friday (12/2) at age 64.

06/12/2016

The Vicksburg, MS native joined Exile in 1979 and was the co-writer of Alabama's "Take Me Down" (1982) and "The Closer You Get" (1983). Gray released three solo albums on CBS and also recorded the Tammy Wynette duet "Sometimes When We Touch." The funeral was this morning (12/5) in the chapel of Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon, TN. Interment will be in Learned, MS.


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