The cause of death of country singer Tom T. Hall has been revealed.
The character shot himself on Aug. 20, 2021, at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. He was 85 years old.
The Williamson County Medical Examiner’s autopsy report said the 911 call was heard at 11:15 a.m. that day, Acesparks reported.
EMS responded to the incident and found Hall dead at the scene.
“Ambulance crews confirmed the deaths due to obvious injuries in about 1,133 hours,” the report said.
Her son, Dean Hall, had confirmed the star’s death on social media. However, he did not say the cause of death.
Hall was known for writing hits like “That’s How I Came to Memphis” and “Harper Valley PTA.”
He is associated with other county music legends such as Chris Christofferson, John Hartford and Mickey Newberi.
He has had a reputation in the world of country music since the early 70s, with singles such as “Watergate Blues”, “The Monkey That Became President”, “The Year Clayton Delaney Died” and “(Old Dogs, Children and) Watermelon Wine”. ”.
Hall was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2019, and the music film Jason Isbell remembered him by singing “Mama’s Pie (Daddy Kills the Chicken)”.
The songwriter was born in a wooden cabin near Olive Hill in Kentucky and was the minister’s fourth son. He first became interested in music at the age of four, when he took a guitar in his hand and began to play.
He joined the army in 1957 and came home in 1961. After military service, he began writing songs and was discovered by Nashville publisher Jimmy Key.
Prior to joining the service, he played in the bluegrass band and worked as a DJ in Morehead, Kentucky.
In 1986, he said, “In all my writings, I have never been convicted. I am a witness. I watch everything and I don’t decide if it’s good or bad. “
If you or an acquaintance of yours is thinking about suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Service at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org.