American singer John Pryn, who died in Corona, died at the age of 73

American singer John Pryn, who died in Corona, died at the age of 73

The American singer was admitted to the hospital on 26 March.  He was in the ICU for the last 13 days.  He was undergoing treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.


John Prien, one of America's greatest singers and folklorists, died.  He was 73.  It is being told that Corona had pneumonia in both his lame.
 Prynne was admitted to the hospital on 26 March and was in the ICU for the last 13 days.  He was undergoing treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  John's family has confirmed the news, which has been published by several US media companies.

 Who was John, why was he famous?

 John Prynne was born in a suburb of Chicago, US.  He played guitar and wrote songs as an amateur while working for a male career.  His career began through the Chicago Open Mike Knight.  It was in Chicago that he was seen playing guitar by Christofferson.  When he arrived in New York, Christofferson invited John to play the guitar.  Subsequently, John signed with Atal Records the next morning.

 John's first album was released in 1971.  John received the Grammy Award twice in 11 nominations.

 John had become seriously ill twice due to cancer.  A part of his throat was removed in 1996 due to cancer.  Subsequently, he began performing again through speech therapy.  Subsequently, he became lame in 2013, recovering after the operation.

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