Country star Joe Diffie -- who skyrocketed to fame with his hit "John Deere Green" -- has died from the coronavirus Diffie had just gone public with his positive diagnosis two days ago on Friday, posting a message to Facebook. He wrote, "I am under the care of medical professionals and currently receiving treatment after testing positive for coronavirus COVID We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautious and careful during this pandemic. Joe had countless singles land on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart throughout the '90s and into the early s, including 5 that peaked at 1. He's perhaps best known, though, for his catchy tune "John Deere Green," which peaked at 5 on the charts. The track appeared on his third album, "Honky Tonk Attitude," and helped the record receive platinum certification. He produced 12 studio albums over the course of his career. His collab track "Same Old Train" won a Grammy in Diffie had been married at least three times in his life.
He was Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Diffie enjoyed a consistent run of country hits in the early s. He topped the charts with his very first single. Though he had numerous hits under his belt, Diffie truly hit his commercial stride in with the release of "Honky Tonk Attitude," his first platinum album. Chart success didn't follow Diffie far into the 21st century — his final top 10 hit was 's "In Another World. Diffie delivered his songs with a Southern grit that left a sustainable impact on modern country performers — " I got my honky tonk attitude from Joe Diffie," Chris Young sang on 's "Raised On Country. After releasing his last studio album, "All In The Same Boat," in , Diffie had reactivated his career in recent years. In , Diffie offered his on-air talent to Tulsa radio station Big Country Earlier that year, Diffie played the Opry to celebrate 25 years of membership, a night celebrated with songs and a slice of anniversary cake. As news broke of Diffie's death on Sunday, fans turned to the singer's classic songs on YouTube and streaming services.
It was released in November as the third single from his album Honky Tonk Attitude. The song peaked at number 5 on the country charts. The song is a moderate up-tempo describing a young male named Billy Bob, who is in love with a young female named Charlene, both of whom "met in high school in the 19 60s".
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