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Millions of popular music fans and radio listeners have heard J.T. Corenflos’ intuitive guitar talents as one of Nashville’s most sought-after recording session aces. His music will be heard long after his death Saturday night. Corenflos died in Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, after coping with a lung disease for several years, his longtime girlfriend, Annabeth Robinson, confirmed Sunday afternoon. Corenflos was 56.

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Many Wabash Valley musicians, idled from public performances by the stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus pandemic, are using their extra time to create music and share it online. Festivals, clubs, bars and legion halls are shut down. Inspiration isn't. Their stage is a living room. Their audience is virtual.


Musicians took turns entertaining Saturday afternoon regulars at the Krietenstein American Legion Post 104 as the 1970s gave way to the ‘80s. Jack Hallett often brought his young daughter, Jackie Lynn, to hear the singers, guitarists and drummers jam.