The scariest thing in this world is to lose your loved ones. But according to me, death is no more than passing from one room into another. However, only one can feel this pain who lost their loved ones and with a heavy heart, we are sharing the demised news of the manager of a tour production. As per the report, the longtime tour production manager for country star Keith Urban has passed away after plummeting from a stage during the time of preparing for an Ohio concert.
Randy Baja Fletcher Death Cause
According to the reports of Port Clinton News-Herland, the 72 years old Randy “Baja” Fletcher has passed away on 27th August 2021 at a hospital after falling the previous day prior to the appearance of Urban at Bash on the Bay on the Lake Erie island Put-in-Bay. In the year 2011, Fletcher became the manager of Urban’s tour after decagon working for the topmost of the country music stars including Waylon Jennings, ZZ Top, Randy Travis, and Brooks & Dunn.
Keith Urban Tour Manager Randy Baja Fletcher Dies
Urban informed Billboard magazine that Fletcher had an “orbit of light” and was much loved by everyone. Urban further added, “I loved him and We all loved him a lot, I am grateful he select us as his road family for ten years.” Due to his dedication and hard work, In the year 2017, Fletcher gets the Country Music Association’s first Touring Lifetime Achievement Award and describing his five-decade career as “unparalleled”. Fletcher’s lone break from 5 decades of touring came in the year 1969 when he became part of the U.S Army and served a tour in the country Vietnam.
How did Randy Baja Fletcher die?
Fletcher was born in Virginia, he has begun his career in Virginia Beach along with the Rhondels and Bill Deal. After that, he started working with ZZ Top at the time of 1970 and went on to work for a decade with Waylon Jennings. Apart from this, he was toured with many popular music stars such as Merle Haggard, Brooks & Dunn, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Randy Travis, and Willie Nelson. Fletcher lived in Knoxville, Tennessee and he left behind his had daughters.
His death news is confirmed by the official page of CMA Country Music through their Tweet in which they wrote, “It’s a great sad news to learn of touring veteran and 1st ever recipient of the CMA Touring Lifetime Achievement Award, Randy “Baja” Fletcher demised. We connected so may within our community in grief his loss.” May God give rest to his soul and strength his family to bear this never-ending pain.