John Townes Van Zandt (born March 7, 1944 in Fort Worth, Texas) was a singer-songwriter who was best known for writing numerous American Country songs, such as "Pancho and Lefty,” "For the Sake of the Song,” "If I Needed You,” "Tecumseh Valley,” "Tower Song,” "Rex's Blues,” and "To Live Is to Fly,” which are considered masterpieces of American songwriting. Townes died on January 1, 1997 and his death was reportedly because of cardiac arrhythmia. He died too soon at age 52.
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Singer-SongwriterCountry Music Genre American Born on March 7th Born in 1944 Born in TexasDied in 1997Died at age 52Died from Cardiac arrest
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" Townes Van Zandt was an American songwriter, musician and activist. He was best known for his hit singles "It's Your Birthday" and "Crazy Legs." (V)"
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