Long-time Chesney, loveless band member dies
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
– Tim Hensley, 50, a long-time member of both Kenny Chesney's and Patty Loveless' bands, died Tuesday of liver failure, The Tennessean
Hensley was with Chesney for 11 years, Loveless 10 and Ricky Skaggs 1. He sang on Chesney's "When The Sun Goes Down" and "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems," Skaggs' "Comin' Home To Stay" and Loveless' "When Fallen Angels Fly" and "Trouble With The Truth."
Hensley also released a solo album in 2008, "Long Monday," which grew out of jam sessions on the Chesney tour bus. Chesney and Buddy Cannon, who is Chesney's produced, helmed the Hensley disc.
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