A well-known comedian and staple on the Bob and Tom radio show has died.
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Tim Wilson died Wednesday of an apparent heart attack at the age of 52, according to a release from the Bob and Tom show . He leaves behind a wife and two children.
The comedian was famous for his southern-style humor and songs like "Garth Brooks Ruined My Life." He liked combining his country and comedy in other songs as well, such as his famous "First Baptist Bar & Grill."
The Bob and Tom Show tweeted Thursday morning saying, "Regular listeners to this show know that Tim Wilson was a friend and a brother to all of us at the Bob & Tom Show."
Show officials said Wilson was scheduled to headline at The Comedy Club Stardome in Birmingham, Ala., this weekend.
In 2011 he appeared on CMT's Ron White's Comedy Salute to the Troops. White said Wilson's brother was by his side in Nashville when he died.
Watch/listen to one of Wilson's most famous songs below: