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Johnny Bush, songwriter who penned Willie Nelson’s ‘Whiskey River,’ dead at 85 – Fox News

Country singer-songwriter Johnny Bush, best known for writing Willie Nelson’s “Whiskey River,” has died. He was 85.

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Johnny Bush, the country singer-songwriter best known for writing Willie Nelson’s hit “Whiskey River,” has died. He was 85.
Bush’s manager confirmed his death to Rolling Stone and his date of death was listed as Oct. 16 on his website.
A cause of death was unannounced by his manager but Houston Chronicle reported that the entertainer died of pneumonia.
Bush, who was a good friend of Nelson’s was popular in his hometown of Houston, where the honky-tonk performer often performed for crowds. His…

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