Nashville songwriter and musician Abe Stoklasa has passed away on November 17, 2023. He was known for writing songs for Tim McGraw, Charlie Worsham, Chris Lane and trio Lady A. At the time of his untimely demise, he was 38 years old.
The death of Abe Stoklasa has been confirmed by Billboard. Abe Stoklasa was a native of Princeton, Missouri. At the youthful age, he developed a passion for music, playing in his father’s band by the age of six.
Abe Stoklasa grew up, loving the music from from 1950s through 1970s, basking in the impact of Elvis, Merle Haggard, The Beatles and James Taylor.
When he was a teen, his family moved to Tennessee. He enrolled at Nashville’s Belmont University. Abe Stoklasa became a member of David Nail’s road band as a steel guitar player, following his graduation from the university. He also spent time pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music in Coral Gables, Florida but eventually dropped out.
Abe Stoklasa death: What happened to Abe Stoklasa?
According to multiple sources, Abe Stoklasa battled cancer prior to his death, but that is not confirmed by his family. It is likely that he did have cancer or it may be not. The family is yet to confirm or debunk the rumour that he died of cancer.