According to The Tennessean, multi-instrumentalist and recording artist Tim Hensley died today (April 30) at age 50. Hensley was a member of Kenny Chesney‘s touring band and studio musician team for 11 years. He suffered from liver failure.
Hensley released one solo album, Long Monday, in 2008. Chesney and Buddy Cannon produced the project containing a mixture of bluegrass and Americana songs and it became a Top 10 album on the bluegrass charts.
Prior to his work with Chesney, Hensley toured with Patty Loveless for a decade and also worked with Ricky Skaggs.
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