Jake Flint, a Musician, Died Just Hours After His Wedding


His publicist, Clif Doyal, says that Oklahoma singer Jake Flint died suddenly over the weekend, just a few hours after getting married. He was 37. Jake Flint is a “real Ambassador of the Oklahoma and Texas Red Dirt music movement,” according to Doyal.

“Not only was he a prolific songwriter, recording artist, and in-demand live performer, but he was also a tireless supporter of other talents in the area, always willing to help anyone in need.

People loved him for his infectious smile and disarming sense of humor, and I hope that, along with his music, will be his lasting legacy. Doyal said that Flint died quietly while he was sleeping. No one knows what killed him.

CNN has asked the office of the medical examiner for more information. Brenda Flint, Flint’s wife, posted a video clip of the two of them dancing and laughing while posing for pictures at their wedding on Facebook with the caption “I don’t understand.”

In another post, she said, “We should be looking at wedding photos, but instead I’m picking out clothes to bury my husband in.” “People shouldn’t have to go through this much pain.” I’m sad, and all I want is for him to come back. I can no longer take it. I require his presence.”

Brenda Cline, who used to be Flint’s manager, wrote on Facebook that she “loved him like a son” and that he was “the funniest, most hilarious, hardest working, most dedicated artist I have ever worked with in my career.”

A state tourism website says that red dirt music is “a mix of country, bluegrass, rock, and honky tonk” that started near Stillwater, Oklahoma.

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