What does Shooter Jennings do for a living?

What does Shooter Jennings do for a living?

SongwriterActorRecord ProducerGuitarist
Shooter Jennings/Professions

What is Shooter Jennings real name?

Waylon Albright Jennings
Shooter Jennings/Full name

Is Shooter Jennings a country?

Shooter Jennings/Nationality

What is struggle Jennings real name?

Will Harness
Struggle Jennings/Full name
Struggle Jennings (born Will Harness) is the son of Jenni Eddy; his daughter — and chief duet partner here — is Brianna Harness. “Will Harness a.k.a. Struggle Jennings has written and produced a beautiful love song,” Colter writes in an email.

Where is Waylon Jennings buried?

City of Mesa Cemetery
Waylon Jennings/Place of burial
On February 13, 2002, Waylon Jennings died in his sleep from diabetic complications at the age of 64, at his home in Chandler, Arizona. He was buried in the City of Mesa Cemetery, in Mesa.

What killed Waylon Jennings?

Waylon Jennings/Cause of death
— Waylon Jennings, who defined the outlaw movement in country music, died Wednesday after a long battle with diabetes-related health problems. He was 64. Jennings spokeswoman Schatzie Hageman said Jennings died peacefully at his home in Arizona.

What was Waylon Jennings net worth when he died?

Waylon Jennings net worth: Waylon Jennings was an American singer, songwriter and musician who had a net worth of $7 million at the time of his death….Waylon Jennings Net Worth.

Net Worth: $7 Million
Date of Birth: Jun 15, 1937 – Feb 13, 2002 (64 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.84 m)

Who were Waylon Jennings wives?

Jessi Colterm. 1969–2002
Lynne Jonesm. 1962–1967
Waylon Jennings/Wife

Who is buried next to Waylon Jennings?

(Side note: Waylon is one of two famous people buried in Mesa Cemetery, the other being Ernesto Miranda, who beat the rap after raping a retarded woman because he was not informed of his rights, only to be reconvicted then, after his release, killed in a knife fight.

Did Johnny Cash go to Waylon Jennings Funeral?

Shooter Jennings welcomed the crowd and explained that although Johnny Cash had been scheduled for the service (and was listed in the program as the first musical performer), his doctors had advised against him traveling from his winter home in Jamaica.