Conway Twitty’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) September 1, 1933

Death Date June 5, 1993

Age of Death 59 years

Cause of Death Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

Place of Death Springfield, Missouri, United States

Place of Burial Sumner Memorial Gardens, Gallatin, Tennessee, United States

Profession Country Singer

The country singer Conway Twitty died at the age of 59. Here is all you want to know, and more!

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.

He married Ellen Matthews in 1953, then Temple Medley in 1955, and then Dolores Virginia Henry on February 27, 1987.

What did Conway Twitty die from?

After performing at the Jim Stafford Theatre in Branson, Missouri, the country singer collapsed on the tour bus.

He was rushed to the hospital, but surgery could not save him. He died the following morning of an abdominal aortic aneurysm, at Cox South Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, 59 years old.

Where is he buried?

Twitty was buried at Sumner Memorial Gardens in Gallatin, Tennessee in a red granite vault under his birth name Harold L. Jenkins. There are spaces reserved next to him for his wife and his son Michael.

Conway Twitty grave
Family grave of Conway Twitty (aka Harold L. Jenkins)



"Fads are the kiss of death. When the fad goes away, you go with it."

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"A good country song takes a page out of somebody's life and puts it to music."

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

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"Sure, I can sing a country song, but so can a lot of people."

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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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