Country Music World Mourns Little Jimmy Dickens    1 comment

jimmyCountry music legend ‘Little’ Jimmy Dickens has died at the age of 94. He’d been hospitalized in Nashville recently with a stroke and it was there that he passed away, in the city where he’d starred for so many years on the Grand Ole Opry. He was also a long-time member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.

As is our practice, I’m posting a link below to the previous GMC article about the entertainer and have reactivated the song link on that post. It also includes a video of him singing his biggest hit, the irresistible “May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose”.

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Nothing Small About The Talent Of Little Jimmy Dickens

(From February 2011)

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Below, I’m also posting a video of one of the few times that Jimmy — known for his lively performances and irreverent songs — got a little more serious.

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Posted January 3, 2015 by BG in Seniors

One response to “Country Music World Mourns Little Jimmy Dickens 

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  1. One of the first country songs I liked. I enjoyed the radio more when music types ‘crossed over’ …

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