Country Star Freddie Hart Dies

30/10/2018

Singer/songwriter Freddie Hart died Saturday (10/27) in Burbank, CA at age 91. Hart was best known for his 1971 country chart topper and pop crossover hit, the Grammy-nominated "Easy Loving," which won CMA Song of the Year in 1971 and 1972. Other No. 1s included "My Hang-Up Is You" (1972) and "Super Kind Of Woman" (1973). In 2001 Hart was inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Arrangements are pending.

 


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