“Louisiana Woman” songwriter, JJ Cale, dies of a heart attack

CalePhoto courtesy The Rosebud Agency

Songwriter and musician JJ Cale, who penned songs such as Eric Clapton's Cocaine and Waylon Jennings' Louisiana Woman and Clyde, died Friday in California after suffering a heart attack. He was 74. 

His website states simply: 

JJ Cale passed away at 8:00 pm on Friday July 26
at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, CA.

The legendary singer / songwriter had suffered a heart attack.
There are no immediate plans for services.
His history is well documented at JJCale.comrosebudus.com/cale,
and in the documentary, To Tulsa And Back.

Donations are not needed but he was a great lover of animals so, if you like,
you can remember him with a donation to your favorite local animal shelter.

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