Mickey Gilley, whose style Texas honky-tonk touched the 1980 film Urban Cowboy and a nationwide wave of western-themed bars, has died. He was 86 years old.

Mickey had 39 top 10 country hits and 17 No. 1s. Additionally, he worked occasionally as an actor and received a six Academy of Country Music awards.

Mickey Gilley passed away in Branson, Missouri, where he managed the Mickey Gilley Grand Shanghai Theatre.

Despite having performed as recently as last month, Mickey Gilley's health has deteriorated over the past week.

Mickey Gilley Associates said his family and closest friends were by his side when he passed away peacefully.

In the early 1970s, Singer Gilley opened Gilley's — the world's largest honky-tonk — in Pasadena, Texas.

With his first commercial success, Room Full of Roses, he was a successful club owner by the mid-decade.

He began turning out country hits regularly, including Window up Above, She’s Pulling Me Back Again and the honky-’t the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time.

Its famed mechanical bull led to the 1980 film Urban Cowboy, starring John Travolta and Debra Winger an’s 1977 disco.

Gilley was born in Natchez, Mississippi, and grew up poor in Ferriday, Louisiana, where he learned boogie-woogie piano alongside Lewis and cousin Jimmy Swaggart.