Kenneth William David Hensley 24 August 1945 4 November 2020

Kenneth William David Hensley 24 August 1945 4 November 2020 was an English singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, best known for his work with Uriah Heep during the 1970s.He wrote or co-wrote the majority of Uriah Heep’s songs during this period, including the hit singles “Lady in Black” (on which he sang lead vocals), “Easy Livin'” and “Stealin'”, as well as “Look at Yourself”, on which he also sang lead vocals, and “Free Me

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Jerry Jeff Walker Ronald Clyde Crosby; March 16, 1942 – October 23, 2020

Jerry Jeff Walker Ronald Clyde Crosby; March 16, 1942 – October 23, 2020 was an American country music singer and songwriter. He is best known for writing the 1968 song “Mr. Bojangles. Walker’s “Mr. Bojangles” (1968) is perhaps his best-known and most-often covered song. It is about an obscure alcoholic but talented tap-dancing drifter who, when arrested and jailed in New Orleans, insisted on being identified only as Bojangles

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Spencer Davis Spencer David Nelson Davies; 17 July 1939 – 19 October 2020

Spencer Davis Spencer David Nelson Davies;17 July 1939 – 19 October 2020 was a Welsh multi-instrument musician and founder of the 1960s beat band the Spencer Davis Group They adopted the name the Spencer DavisGroup because Davis was the only one who liked doing press interviews. The group had No 1 hits in the UK with consecutive single releases in 1966 (“Keep On Running” and”Somebody Help Me”). Steve Winwood sang lead vocals on all the Spencer Davis Group’s hits up to “I’m A Man” in 1967.

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John Lester Nash Jr. August 19, 1940 – October 6, 2020

John Lester Nash Jr. August 19, 1940 – October 6, 2020) was an American reggae and pop music singer-songwriter, best known in the US for his 1972 hit, “I Can See Clearly Now”. He was one of the first non-Jamaican singers to record reggae music in Kingston, Jamaica.

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