Tommy Overstreet Passes Away At 78
November 4, 2015 at 9:04 AM (PT)
Country artist TOMMY OVERSTREET passed away MONDAY night (11/2) at his home in OREGON. He was 78.
OVERSTREET is known for his late-60s and early-1970s hits, including "GWEN (Congratulations)" and "ANN (Don't Go Runnin)." OVERSTREET originally moved to NASHVILLE in 1967 to manage the MUSIC CITY operations at DOT RECORDS, where he later became a recording artist. He became a guest on television variety shows such as "Hee Haw" and "The Midnight Special" in the 1970s and 80s before becoming one of the first Country performers to base his operations in BRANSON, MO in the 80s.
Arrangements are currently pending.