Reggae legend Bunny Wailer Dies At 73
Reggae legend Bunny Wailer Dies At 73: Reggae legend and three-
time Grammy champ, Bunny Wailer, has passed on at 73 years old.
The Jamaican artist, who was an establishing individual from The
Wailers, close by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, passed on Tuesday, March 2,
at the Andrews Memorial Hospital in the Jamaican area of St. Andrew, his chief, Maxine Stowe, revealed to The Associated Press.
His reason for death is yet to uncovered. In any case, Local papers
had revealed that the vocalist whose genuine name was Neville O’Riley Livingston, endured his second stroke in July 2020 and has been in and out of the emergency clinic since.
The Wailers were established by Marley, Wailer, and Peter Tosh in 1963. Wailer, the last enduring establishing part after Marley and Tosh passed on in 1981 and 1987, separately.
During a meeting with NPR in 2016, Wailer disclosed why he decided to keep his keep going name long after leaving the band in 1974.
“Since I didn’t leave the Wailers,” he said. “I’m still here, addressing the Wailers.”
Mourner won three Grammys for his work on “Lobby Of Fame – A Tribute To Bob Marley’s 50th Anniversary,” “The reality of the situation will become obvious eventually – A Tribute To Bob Marley” and “Freedom (Album).”