American jazz singer Al Jarreau dies

2017-02-12 20:40

Cape Town – Legendary US jazz musician Al Jarreau died on Sunday, reports TMZ.

The 76-year-old R&B singer recently announced that he will be retiring from touring after being hospitalised in Los Angeles for exhaustion. 

According to a statement on his official website, Jarreau died while in hospital.

Known as one of jazz’s greatest vocalists, Jarreau won seven Grammys during his career and were known for hits such as Mornin', After All and We're In This Love Together. He also sang the theme song for the TV show Moonlighting.

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