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Comedian Tim Wilson dies in Nashville at 52; regular on ‘Bob And Tom Show’

Tim Wilson’s death announcement on the “Bob and Tom Show” during the broadcast on Thursday was a complete surprise to people. The 52-year-old comedian was beloved by the country and offered a very funny view of the world. Best known as a regular guest on the radio program the comedian also was a musician and loved life. According to WLKY, a news station in Louisville, Tim Wilson died on Wednesday at the age of 52.

The comedy world is mourning the loss of Tim Wilson. Tributes and condolences have come in from all around the country. Larry the Cable Guy, Ron White and Greg Warren have made social media tributes for the beloved comedian.

Tim Wilson was probably best known as the co-writer of Jeff Foxworthy's hit song, Redneck 12 Days of Christmas. Loving life the comedian didn’t mind the road and was readily available to perform in different markets. Dominating the South, the comedian had a country flair and gave fans humor at every level.

According to Ron White, the death of Tim Wilson happened in Nashville with his brother by his side. The comedian had an apparent heart attack and was pronounced dead a short time later. Known for his love of life, the star definitely had the fans grieving on Thursday and trending his name. R.I. P.