Patrick Ryan, USA TODAY Published 4:26 p.m. ET April 7, 2020 | Updated 4:30 p.m. ET April 7, 2020CLOSEHal Willner, a music producer best known for his work on “Saturday Night Live,” died Monday of complications related to coronavirus. He was 64. A representative for Willner confirmed the news to Rolling Stone and Variety. USA TODAY has reached out for comment. Willner alluded to his coronavirus diagnosis on Twitter less than two weeks ago, tweeting a map of COVID-19 outbreaks across the United States. “I always wanted to have a number one – but not this,” Willner wrote, adding that he was “in bed” on New York’s Upper West Side. I always wanted to have a number one – but not this . Pure Arch Oboler with Serling added . In bed on upper west side . H pic.twitter.com/zEqZmqmlWk— Hal Willner (@WillnerHal) March 28, 2020A day later, Willner showed support for fellow musician John Prine, who was recently hospitalized with coronavirus.. “Sending love to John Prine who is in critical condition with COVID-19,” Willner wrote on Twitter. “John is a music giant. His songs are as good as it gets and he’s a spellbinding performer.”Willner joined “Saturday Night Live” in 1980, where he picked and oversaw


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