Musician Jim Weatherly has died at the age of 77.

Weatherly was a singer-songwriter by himself, working exclusively in the pop and native genres, but he was also known for singing to other artists, including “Midnight Train to Georgia for Gladie Knight and The Pips” “Was also involved.

76-year-old Atma Katha tweeted on Thursday about her late friend.

“I miss Jim Weatherly already. He Was about life and love, ” He said. “Neither one of us nor the midnight train – I remember him getting his grams for those people. We were just made for each other. We have extended our lives together. I miss him very much Gonna do and love him forever. “

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He Also wrote the song “Neither One of Us (Want to be the first to the goodbye)” for the group.

Jim Weatherly, songwriter of 'Midnight Train to Georgia', has died at the age of 77.  (Photo by Ava Gandy / WireImage)

Jim Weatherly, songwriter of ‘Midnight Train to Georgia’, has died at the age of 77. (Photo by Ava Gandy / WireImage)

Tensian’s death was also confirmed by music mogul Charlie Monk.

Starr died at his home on Wednesday and the family attributed the death to natural causes. Outlet Report.

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Unlike Knight’s tweet, Weatherly never won a Grammy and was nominated for “Neither One of Us”, but according to the Grammy official website, He was nominated in 1973 for the best rhythm and blues song, “Midnight Train to Georgia”.

People magazine reports that the song was originally written as “Midnight Plains to Houston”, but was replaced by Knight, commonly known as Soul of the Soul.

In the same year, Knight and his pips won a Grammy for their vocal performances on the track, as well as for “Neither One of Us”.

According to Tensienne, she also recorded tunes with country and rock stars such as Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Glen Campbell, Neil Diamond, Kenny Rogers and T. Ray price.

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In 2006, Weatherly was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. He According to, “I Still Loved Love You” became a Top 10 country hit in 1975 Nashville Lyricist Foundation.

Granthshala News has reached out to Monk for comment.