Bill Mack, a rustic music songwriter and famed “Midnight Cowboy” radio broadcaster, died July 31 at age 88 of COVID-19 issues and “underlying well being points,” in accordance with his family. Mack earned a songwriting Grammy Award for 1996’s “Blue,” made well-known by LeAnn Rimes. He joined the Country Radio Hall of Fame in 1982 and earned a spot in the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999. Shirley Ann Grau, a Pulitzer Prize-successful fiction writer whose stories and novels advised of each the dark secrets and the great thing about the Deep South, died on Aug. three in a reminiscence care facility of complications from a stroke. Her six novels and 4 quick story collections had been all set within the Deep South, from New Orleans to north Louisiana and Alabama.
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