BREAKING NEWS!!!!! Country Songwriter Andrew Dorff who wrote several number one hit country songs was unexpectedly found dead on Monday December 19, 2016. He is son of famed songwriter/composer Set Stephen Dorff. Andrew moved to Nashville in 2003. In 2010 he was blessed enough to partner up with Martina McBride where he wrote his first hit single “Ride” that hit the Billboard country charts. Not only was he able to work with Martina McBride, but he also worked with Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney and Hunter Hayes. Dorff was taken from us way to soon. His death is still unknown with an ongoing investigation. Andrew’s death affected many people in the Country music industry.
McBride tweeted, “So very sad to hear about @endorffin Thanks for caring enough to write with me and for ‘Ride’.” Blake Shelton tweeted, “Sad to be finding out about Andrew Dorff passing away…. Terrible tragedy. Prayers to his family.” Let’s take a moment and send put prayers and condolences out to the Adroff family. You will never be forgotten.
Yesterday afternoon, two small personal planes shockingly collided above the Watsonville Airport, near Santa Cruz, California. This small airport primarily stores recreational planes, with authorities reporting that the two planes were a single-engine Cessna 152 and a twin-engine Cessna 340. The three people on board both of the planes were killed, with the two pilots attempting to land at the Watsonville airport before fatally crashing into one another.