Fredric Moore Imus died in his sleep on August 6th 2011.
He was 69 years old.
Imus born on January 11th, 1942, is known for his country songs.
Imus and his brother Don recorded “I’m a Hot Rodder and All That Jazz” in 1963, which was released under the names Jay Jay Imus and Freddy Ford.
Imus wrote “I Don’t Want to Have to Marry You” in 1976.
That song which reached number one on the country charts was recorded by Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius. Imus co-wrote two books, The Fred book with Mike Lupica and Two Guys, Fours Corners with his brother Don Imus.
Imus was the brother of radio personality Don Imus. Imus was a Kent State University alumni and former member of the Army’s 101st Airborne division. Imus was married and divorced twice. He is survived by three sons and many grandchildren.