NCIS Actor Brian Dietzen Shares Tribute to 'Wonderful' Music Producer Busbee after His Death
Famous NCIS actor, Brian Dietzen takes to social media to send a message of comfort to music producer Michael Busbee's family as they mourn his sudden demise.
Following the unfortunate news of Busbee's death, numerous celebrities have taken to social media platforms to air their grief. Dietzen, who is best known for playing the role of Dr. Jimmy Palmer on NCIS, is one of them.
"Absolutely devastated to hear of the passing of a wonderful man. Michael Busbee was kind, caring, and always had a smile and warm words for everyone in my family."
He concluded his touching tweet by sending "love" to the Busbee family. He wrote,
"Sending all my love to his wife and kids. Gone far too soon, but made a huge impact on those who knew him."
Absolutely devastated to hear of the passing of a wonderful man. Michael Busbee was kind, caring, and always had a smile and warm words for everyone in my family. Sending all my love to his wife and kids. Gone far too soon, but made a huge impact on those who knew him.— Brian Dietzen (@BrianDietzen) September 30, 2019
While alive, Busbee made waves as a hit song producer and is known to have worked with widely acclaimed stars like Shakira, Pink, Maren Morris, and many more others.
It is what makes Busbee's death a heart-rending one as world-famous figures publicly mourn losing him when he was only 43 years old.
My brother Michael...— Keith Urban (@KeithUrban) September 30, 2019
You brought love and light and music that will live on and travel the world - i feel deeply grateful that our lives came together-and I send prayers of gratitude and peace and love to your spirit - and to your beautiful family. - KU pic.twitter.com/nv5XJlWpu3
I absolutely can’t accept the loss of mine and Gwen’s friend Michael (Busbee)..Too much to say for social media. Too much pain and unfairness period. I guess sometimes you gotta dig extra EXTRA deep for peace to continue to have faith. And I will because Michael ALWAYS had faith.— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) September 30, 2019
The list also includes award-winning singer Carly Pearce who has frequently worked with Busbee in the past. Pearce's post is especially heart-rending as she shares that she feels "vulnerable" and troubled that she had not known that Busbee had been "fighting brain cancer."
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Yesterday morning, my mom called me to tell me of the dream she had Saturday night. She said “Carly, I had a dream busbee and I were in a room & he was playing piano for me- I told him it was beautiful.” I learned hours later of his passing. This video is from last nights show. I like to think he was playing along from that same piano. We love you, Buz. ♥️ [@chris.ashlee]
The numerous tributes speak great lengths about Busbee; his death is indeed a great loss to the entertainment industry.
May his soul rest in peace.