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‘Lean on Me’ including ‘Ain’t Never Sunshine’ singer Bill Withers dies aged 81

Bill Withers, who composed and sang”Lean on Me” and”Ain’t No Sunshine”, has died from heart problems elderly 81, his family has declared.

The three-time Grammy Award winner expired on Monday at Los Angeles.

His departure comes as the people have drawn inspiration from his songs through the coronavirus pandemic, together with healthcare employees, choirs, musicians and much more posting their renditions on Me to help get through the tough times.

“Alone man with a soul compelled to link into the world at large, together with his poetry and songs, he spoke frankly to individuals and attached them”

“As private a lifetime, as he lived near to romantic relatives members and friends, his music forever belongs to the entire world. During this challenging time, we hope his songs feature relaxation and amusement as lovers hold tight to nearest and dearest “

Withers tunes during his short career have come to be the soundtracks of innumerable parties, weddings and garden parties. They have strong melodies and ideal grooves melded with a smooth voice that communicates honesty and intricate emotions with no vocal acrobatics.