Michael Henderson, Influential Jazz Fusion Bassist And R&B Singer, Useless At 71

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Jazz fusion bassist and R&B singer Michael Henderson has died. He was 71. The information was confirmed on the performer’s official Fb web page. Henderson was identified for his work with Miles Davis within the Seventies and performed on his early fusion albums Jack Johnson (1971), Stay-Evil (1971), and Agharta (1975).

Henderson’s Fb web page was up to date tonight with a affirmation of the singer’s passing.

Singer, Songwriter, Bass Innovator, Music Producer, Father and Son Michael Henderson has peacefully made his transition surrounded by household and family members in the present day at his house, Atlanta Georgia… Bless his coronary heart and soul… He touched the lives of many and returned that love by means of his many reside live shows, music recordings, social media, interviews and constant touring which he beloved… Please keep posted for particulars pertaining to The Michael Henderson “Celebration of Life”..

Henderson was born in Yazoo Metropolis, Mississippi. Within the early ’60s, he moved to Detroit to play as a session musician. Over the course of his profession, he performed with Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Marvel, the Dramatics, and plenty of others. He additionally launched numerous solo albums, starting with 1976’s Gold. His remaining solo album was 1986’s Bedtime Tales.


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