Friday, November 10, 2006

We will miss you Gerald Levert ...





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CNN - Gerald Levert, the R&B singer whose hits included “I Swear” and “I’d Give Anything,” as well as chart-toppers with the groups LeVert and LSG, has died, according to his label, Atlantic Records. He was 40. Levert died of a heart attack Friday at his Cleveland, Ohio, home, according a statement from Atlantic.

The son of Eddie Levert, the lead singer of the 1970s soul group The O’Jays, Gerald sang in the R&B trio LeVert, along with brother Sean Levert, and Marc Gordon. During the 1980s and early 1990s, their hits were “Pop, Pop, Pop, Pop (Goes My Mind),” and “Casanova.”

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R&B Star Gerald Levert Dies Of Heart Attack
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R&B Singer Gerald Levert Dies of Heart Attack
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Detroit Free Press, United States

Gerald Levert dead at 40 from apparent heart attack
The 411 Online, IL

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TMZ.com, CA

SOHH Soulful: Gerald Levert Dead At 40

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Listen to an interview of Gerald Levert with Father Eddie (Soul Music Giant), and Tavis Smiley.

A great performance included at the end.... Father and Son Duet.

Listen Here. Click name next to audio tab.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shocked!!!

Great singer...
Thanks for the post.

The Angry Independent said...

I was just trying to get caught up on the Ed Bradley situation....

Now this...

He was not much older than me.... much too young.