Ed Bruce Death – Dead, Obituary, Funeral, Cause Of Death, Passed Away: On January 9th, 2021, InsideEko Media learned about the death of Ed Bruce through social media publications made on Twitter.
InsideEko is yet to confirm Ed Bruce’s cause of death as no health issues, accident or other causes of death have been learned to be associated with the passing.
This death has caused a lot of friends and family of Bruce so much hurt. It is in that mourning spirit that the concerned persons have taken to social media to share tributes to the deceased and condolences to the affected family.
Tributes To Ed Bruce
Across social media users’ timelines are statements that show respect, admiration, and gratitude towards Bruce as people mourn the passing.
Ed Bruce, who had his own run of hits on the country charts but was best known for co-writing Willie Nelson & Waylon Jennings’ “Mammas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys,” has died at 81, Clarksville, TN. Cause of death given, natural causes. https://t.co/DSGZScdnbm
— Brooke (@brookeandtodd) January 9, 2021
“This is the last cowboy song, the end of a hundred year waltz. Voices sound sad as they’re singing along, another piece of America’s lost…”. Rest In Peace, Ed Bruce.
— Chris LeDoux (@TheChrisLeDoux) January 9, 2021
Country Music was devastated yesterday by the passing of singer-song writer #EdBruce. In addition to co-starring on TVs Maverick he penned this Country Music standard. https://t.co/DFnLTVDSDc #SongOfTheDay
— Song Of The Day (@SOTD_365) January 9, 2021
It was an honor to perform on stage with Ed Bruce. The memories of sitting in the living room with him and a couple of guitars are priceless. I appreciate his counsel and encouragement. My heartfelt condolences to his family. Thanks, Ed.
-Trace Adkins pic.twitter.com/wkfQeVCj1d
— Trace Adkins Fanatic (@Trace_AdkinsFC) January 9, 2021
Ed Bruce, ‘Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys’ singer, dead at 81
Wow! What a voice!
My favorite Ed Bruce song:
“My First Taste of Texas”….His voice was so great on that song! Deep, rich….and like butter! R.I.P.
— Dave Hunter (@4realDaveHunter) January 9, 2021
Ed Bruce, a country singer-songwriter with a rich, husky voice who made a lasting mark with his 1975 song “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys,” died Friday in Clarksville, Tenn. He was 81.https://t.co/GxfKHXxDVZhttps://t.co/FaSe0GjjsG
— Dolly Loretta Russo (@dolly19631966) January 9, 2021
— Joe King (@JoeKingband) January 9, 2021
January 8th, Ed Bruce, 81, American singer-songwriter (“Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”, “You’re the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had”) and actor (Bret Maverick).
— RecentDeaths (@RecentDeaths) January 9, 2021
Country Singer Ed Bruce Who Co-Wrote ‘Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys’ Dies at 81 #entertainment #music #countrymusic #career #country #singer #songs #MammasDontLetYourBabiesGrowUpToBeCowboys #EdBruce #RIP https://t.co/FyJlOfMOv4
— Douglas Holtzman (@DouglasHoltzman) January 9, 2021
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