Rita Wilson, actress and broad actor Tom Hanks, spoke about the death of country music legend John Prine. The singer died this week after contracting a coronavirus. Wilson, who recently recovered from the virus, went to Instagram to commemorate Prine.
Wilson shared a photo of herself with Prine and his wife, and then shared the story of one time with the couple. “John and Fiona invited me to come to John’s festival last November to play. That they included me in a group of so many musical friends meant more than they knew. The generosity of spirit of John will never be forgotten. I leave you with John’s words, a man who could say perfectly, what we all felt. “
Wilson then shared the lyrics for “The Blue Side Of Lonesome”, which was written by Leon Payne, and once sung by Prine and Mac Wiseman: “I’m Just On The Blue Side Of Lonesome. Right next to the Heartbreak hotel. A tavern known as three tears. On a bar stool not so good. The floor has a carpet of sorrow, but no one can cry in the aisle. And they say someone broke the bar mirror, with only the ghost of A smile. Hands on the clock never change, because things never change there. There is no present, no past, no future. We are the ones who lost in the love race. “
Wilson concluded his message by saying, “Rest in peace, John. So much love for you, Fiona.” Many followers of Wilson have since commented on the message, sharing their own messages of sympathy and grief. “It was one of the first concerts I went to. He lit a cigarette and kept it hidden in his guitar capo. He had the soul of a poet and I feel so blessed for the to have seen playing. the heart is so heavy, “proposed a user.
Prine died on Tuesday after being hospitalized on March 26 due to a coronavirus. Unfortunately, Prine’s condition worsened, which forced her to be intubated on March 28. Unfortunately, Prine’s condition never improved and her family confirmed on Tuesday Rolling stone that he had died. He was 73 years old at the time of his death.