Andrew Dorff Obituary: Andrew Dorff, the sought after Nashville lyricist who wrote hits for Blake Shelton and Kenny Chesney has passed on.
The Los Angeles-conceived Dorff, who was the sibling of entertainer Stephen Dorff was 40.
The reason for death has not been unveiled, however on a new meeting with Larry King, Stephen Dorff had this to say about his sibling’s passing:
“We don’t know authoritatively, yet there was some drinking required, there was a Jacuzzi included, and there was water included,” Dorff said. “Andrew was sprinkling near … and someone spotted him laying on his back, not moving. They brought him onto the sea shore, some stuff occurred, and I don’t actually — can’t actually — get into the specifics, yet all I know is, my sibling ought to be here, and he ought to make the most of his prosperity.”
The Dorff siblings as of late teamed up for a melody called “Spill Me Out Of This Town” which is highlighted in the film “Wheeler” wherein Stephen Dorff plays a country vocalist close by Kris Kristofferson.
“What a wonderful local area,” Dorff educated King regarding his sibling’s life in Nashville. “I didn’t actually comprehend what my sibling knew as a local area of songwriting.