Death of Maxi Jazz: the singer of the group Faithless died at 65

Death of Maxi Jazz
Maxi Jazz
Death of Maxi Jazz
Maxi Jazz

Death of Maxi Jazz: The British group Faithless, a pioneer in electronic music, has announced the disappearance of one of its members. Maxi Jazz, the singer of the trio, died this weekend at the age of 65 in his sleep.

Sad news for the group Faithless and more generally the world of music. The British group has indeed announced on Facebook and Twitter the death of one of them, the singer Maxi Jazz, who died in his sleep while he was at his home in south London. . The causes of death of the 65-year-old artist have not been disclosed.

“ We are heartbroken to learn that Maxi Jazz passed away last night. He was a man who changed our lives in so many ways. He gave appropriate meaning and message to our music,” wrote the two other members of this trio, Sister Bliss and Rollo Armstrong. And continue, very affected by this disappearance: ” He was also an adorable human being who had time for everyone and wisdom that was both deep and accessible. It was an honor and, of course, a real pleasure to work with him. He was a brilliant lyricist, a DJ, a Buddhist, a magnificent stage presence, a car lover, an endless talker, a beautiful person, a moral compass, and a genius “.

Maxi Jazz, the face of Faithless

Inconsolable, the fans of these pioneers of dance music have multiplied the tributes under this publication, they jiggle in all directions in nightclubs or in concert on Insomnia, God Is a DJ or We Come One, the hits the best known of this group.

Troublemakers who had notably caused a small earthquake during a festival at Forest National in Belgium. Their aficionados had jumped for joy with such enthusiasm that the houses of a district of Brussels had started to shake violently. Everyone hopes that Maxwell Fraser, whose real name is, is still dancing from up there.

 

Source: www.emmacitizen.com

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