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Oklahoman singer-guitarist Jake Flint passed away at the age of 37, according to his manager Brenda Cline's social media posts. No specific cause of death was given.

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Cline posted on Facebook, "With a broken heart and in tremendous grief I must announce that Jake Flint has unfortunately died away."

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"I've tried to write a post multiple times today, but you can't remark on something you can't understand."

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The image below shows Jake and I signing our artist management agreement with excitement. That was the start of an amazing friendship and partnership.

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On Saturday night, only hours after his wedding, Flint passed away. Prior to his loss, Cline said that she and Flint were "ready to begin on some business together."

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In 2016, Flint issued his debut album, I'm Not Okay. After that, he released Live and Not OK at Cain's Ballroom (2018), Jake Flint (2020), and Live and Socially Distanced at Mercury Lounge the previous year.

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He had regional hits with "Cowtown," "Long Road Back Home," and "What's Your Name" in Texas and Oklahoma.

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Jake has a tonne of pals, so Cline said, "I'm not sure how everyone will handle this awful loss." "We need prayers; everything is so bizarre.

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He had regional hits with "Cowtown," "Long Road Back Home," and "What's Your Name" in Texas and Oklahoma.