Country Singer/songwriter Wayne Kemp Has Died At The Age Of 74.
The musician passed away at MACon County General Hospital in Lafayette, Tennessee on Monday (09Mar15).
Born Clarence Wayne Kemp, he began his career as a guitar player and played back up to artists like George Jones and Red Sovine.
He later found success as a songwriter, penning hits such as Johnny Cash's One Piece at a Time, GEORGE STRAIT's The Fireman and Jones' Love Bug, a track Strait also covered in 1994.
Kemp also wrote tunes for Johnny Paycheck, Conway Twitty and Ricky Van Shelton, and enjoyed success as a solo artist with the hit Honky Tonk Wine.
He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1999.