Hank Cochran Passes

Hank Cochran, the legendary songwriter who penned country-music classics like "I Fall To Pieces," "Make The World Go Away," "Ocean Front Property," "The Chair" and "Don’t You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me," passed away July 15 at his home Hendersonville, Tennessee, after suffering a long illness. Cochran was inducted to the Nashville Songwriters Association International Hall of Fame in 1974, and honored by B.M.I. in June ’09 for his six-decade career. He is survived by his wife, Suzi, daughter Booth Calder, and three sons – Garland Perry Cochran Jr., James Lee Cochran, and Daniel Cochran.

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