Conway Twitty’s Death Cause, Age at Death, and More!

Conway Twitty Died

The country singer Conway Twitty passed away at age 59, not too shabby.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Country superstar who recorded fifty-five singles that reached #1, including “I Can’t Stop Loving You” and “Hello Darlin.'” He was inducted into the Country Music and Rockabilly Halls of Fame.

Twitty formed his first singing group after his family moved to Helena, Arkansas. He had the opportunity to play baseball professionally with the Philadelphia Phillies, but was then drafted into the US Army.

Seth MacFarlane has incorporated old videos of his performances into episodes of the show Family Guy, a bit that became something of a running gag.

How did Conway Twitty die?

Aneurysm caused Conway Twitty's death in 1993.

Information about the death of Conway Twitty
Cause of deathAneurysm
Age of death59 years
ProfessionCountry Singer
BirthdaySeptember 1, 1933
Death dateJune 5, 1993
Place of deathSpringfield, Missouri, United States
Place of burialN/A


"It's my instinct more than my voice that keeps me on top."

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"Listen to advice, but follow your heart."

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"I go through a thousand songs to find ten for a new record."

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"You learn the most from life's hardest knocks."

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"The artists in country music who stopped having hits are the ones who were led into something that wasn't them."

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