Rickie Lee Reynolds’ Cause of Death at Hospital Revealed

Rickie Lee Reynolds' Cause of Death at Hospital Revealed

Black Oak Arkansas guitarist Rickie Lee Reynolds’ cause of death has been revealed by his son on September 5, 2021. He was 72 years old.

Rickie Lee Reynolds, the legendary guitarist, passed away Sunday morning in a hospital, where he was battling long-term health complications.

The musician’s also said that he hopes the public will hold his father’s memories close to their hearts forever.

Rickie Lee Reynolds' Cause of Death at Hospital Revealed
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The Black Oak Arkansas artist had been a member of the rock group since its inception in the 1960s. The group was formed by some “high school pals” who lived in the area around Black Oak, Arkansas.

First members included Rickie Lee Reynolds (guitar), Ronnie “Chicky Hawk” Smith (vocals), Harvey “Burley” Jett (guitar), Stanley “Goober Grin” Knight (guitar), Wayne “Squeezebox” Evans (drums), and “Dirty” Daugherty (bass).

In a 2018 interview with the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Rickie said: “We did not identify the band after simply the individuals within the city. We named the band after the city. No matter who you’re or what you do, there is a sure level in life if you find yourself at the pivot level from what you had been to what you’re.”

“The metropolis of Black Oak was a pivoting level for us. Whether they preferred us or not, that was the pivot in our historical past,” Reynolds added.  

The group found a lot of success in the ’70s when they released hits such as “Lord Have Mercy on My Soul,” “Uncle Lijiah,” “When Electricity Came to Arkansas,” and more.

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Story Behind Rickie Lee Reynolds’ Cause of Death

While many fans are asking about Rickie Lee Reynolds’ cause of death, his son reported Rickie’s death cause. Unfortunately, the legendary guitarist died after battling long-term well-being issues,

US day News is working to provide more information and collect the latest updates surrounding Rickie Lee Reynolds’ death, so stay up with us.

Rickie Lee Reynolds' Cause of Death at Hospital Revealed

In 1973, Black Oak Arkansas released their fourth and fifth albums, including tracks, like “Up,” “Gigolo,” “Hot Rod,” and “Jim Dandy (To the Rescue),” which was a remake of LaVern Baker‘s song.

Reynolds left the band around 1976, but in the ’80s, he got back with the band. They again continued to produce a few more records.

The band has donated thousands of dollars to charities in its career, and both the governor of the State of Arkansas and the mayor of Little Rock even declared a “Black Oak Arkansas Day.”

Celebrities’ death news always breaks many hearts, but fans kindly remember memories, and their idols are alive in their hearts even after death.

Reactions to Rickie Lee Reynolds’ Death

Shortly after the sad news of Rickie Lee Reynolds’ death came out, devastated fans and friends paid touching tributes to him and spread their condolence through social media.

Joe Cephus wrote on Twitter: “Damn, R.I.P. Rickie Lee Reynolds. Coolest thing when I would go on the road with BOA was rooming with him, and he would ask if I wanted to hear a rock story. My answer every time was “always” and he would break the greatest stories. Dude lived a hell of a life and will be missed.”

Rickie Lee Reynolds' Cause of Death at Hospital Revealed
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“Being from Arkansas, I grew up listening to their music, of course, and eventually met Jim. Never saw Rickie Lee Reynolds perform, unfortunately, but his playing will always be a part of my love of music,” one fan tweeted.

Josh Decker tweeted: “I am gutted. Rickie Lee Reynolds from Black Oak Arkansas has passed away. To say this man changed the world and made it better for those around him is an egregious understatement. Rickie, this kid from Nebraska will never forget your friendship. Thank you for everything.”

The Rewind official Twitter account wrote: “Our dear friend Rickie Lee Reynolds from Black Oak Arkansas has passed away. To say that he changed the world for the better would be an egregious understatement. RIP Rickie. We’re going to crank “When Electricity Came to Arkansas” extra loud tonight.”

It is a difficult time for Reynold’s family and friends. Words cannot express our deep sorrow from the passing of the great artist, and we ask you all to keep Rickie, his family, his friends, and all of his loved ones in your thoughts through this agonizing time.

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