How Did Marty Robbins Die?

How Did Marty Robbins Die?

How Did Marty Robbins Die?

Marty Robbins died from cardiac arrest in December 1982 at the age of 57. It happened a little over a week after he underwent surgery following a heart attack and just two months after his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Marty Robbins was a prolific country music artist whose career began in 1951 when he received a recording contract with Columbia Records. He recorded many chart-topping songs during his career and sung at the Grand Ole Opry. He continued touring despite encountering a number of heart issues throughout the years. In addition, he was a well-known race car driver.