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JT Corenflos Death

JT Corenflos Has Passed Away, JT Corenflos died on October 24, 2020. According to Wikipedia.

Jt Corenflos is an American session musician and influential country guitarist. Jason McCoy wrote, “So sad to learn of the passing of @jtcorenflos JT played on many of my records (that’s his solo on Dear Santa….one pass.awesome Always willing to share a trick or two and discuss gear. A class act with or without a guitar in his hand. R.I.P”

Before graduating from Terre Haute North Vigo High School, he worked as a backing musician for Opry star Jean Shepard, then Joe Stampley before joining the band Palomino Road in 1992. This band recorded one album for Liberty Records. After leaving Palomino Road, Corenflos worked on demos in the mid-1990s with Kenny Chesney. He then began work as a session musician, primarily playing electric guitar.

Corenflos has eight nominations for Guitarist of the Year from the Academy of Country Music and won Guitarist of the Year in 2013.

Corenflos is known for playing a blue Telecaster style guitar with a 1984 contoured alder Joe Glaser body and the V-shaped neck from a late 1956 Fender Esquire.

Jay Bragg Wrote, “Deeply saddened to hear of the passing of the great JT Corenflos who played electric on my Honky Tonk Dream record. I’ve never met someone as humble and insanely talented in one. A true inspiration.”

JT Corenflos Cause of Death is Coronavirus. According to a Facebook post, he is tested positive to Covid-19 and on ventilator.

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