JJ Cale passed away Friday July 26 at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, CA. The legendary singer and songwriter had suffered a heart attack. Cale’s first major song writing success was “After Midnight” a song he recorded and later covered by Eric Clapton. In addition to “After Midnight,” Clapton went on to record Cale’s “Cocaine,” “Travelin’ Light” and “I’ll Make Love To You Anytime. “Lynard Skynyard” made “Call Me The Breeze” famous, and diverse artist such as Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Chet Atkins and The Allman Brothers have all covered his songs. Jenning’s top ten hit Clyde was a JJ Cale written song. Born John Weldon Cale in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the guitarist, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and engineer has been doing what he loved for over fifty years. JJ Cale was 74.