Friday, April 03, 2020

R.I.P. Bill Withers


Singer songwriter Bill Withers has died at age 81...

Withers family announced today that the legendary soul singer died on Monday in Los Angeles from heart complications.




13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rest in Power

ms mac said...

Lean on Me had a profound effect on my childhood.
RIP to this super talented singer-songwriter. Another great one gone.

Anonymous said...

2020 the Year of MANY Deaths!

The Chosen said...

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R in NYC said...

11:14 why dont you stop preaching your cult teachings all over this gossip blog? We are living under grace not the law. And tell those fools in purple robes who represent you to stop yelling at people on the street corners like a bunch of deranged banshees.

BaybeK8s said...

Oh my goodness. My condolences to the Withers family. I thought Mr. Withers had passed years ago.

NiyabinghiWerewolfObeahWoman said...

RIP to a powerful singer and songwriter. Rest in Power as you are welcomed back into the ancestral realm. Condolences to the family.

Anonymous said...

Rest Well @ William Harrison Withers Jr.

Unknown said...

He's one of my favorites, poetry, and song.

michaelgr124 said...

RIP to Mr. Withers and God bless the family

Anonymous said...

His song "Lovely Day" was so simple and when he look at his girl the whole world alright with him and it's a lovely day. Original singer. (When I was in 8th grade in the 88's, my friends use to think he said "love that dick, love that dick love that dick" instead of "Lovely Day, lovely day, lovely day".

Anonymous said...

5:58 pm, you made me laugh. I was a kid back then and you must've hung around some jokesters, like I did,but we didn't hear that. I actually listened to it again, and had to laugh. Lovely Day was a huge song back in the day, and one of my favorites. R.I.P. Mr Withers.

Anonymous said...

oh no

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