Former temptation singer Bruce Williamson has died after signing Covid-19

Former temptation singer Bruce Williamson has died after signing Covid-19

Ex Temptations Singer Bruce Williamson Died at the age of 49.

Accordingly TMZBruce died Sunday night at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada, following a battle with Covid-19.

In tribute, his son wrote: “There are no words in the world to express how I feel now.

“I love you Daddy Thank you for being awesome, Thank you for loving who you are, I pray to God, we will meet again. I love you, Dad [sic]. ”

Bruce has been with the band since the 1960s and has been tempted by various changes since the 1960s.

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Musicians Bruce Williamson (L) and Otis Williams perform during the temptation at The Canyon Club on March 20, 2015 in Agoura Hills, California.

Motta’s own band is famous for hits including My Girl, The Way You Do Things You Do and You Are My Everything.

As a member of The Temptation, Bruce sang on studio albums Still Here and Back to Friend, and co – founded Otis Williams on various tours around the world.

He did a small role with his classmates in the comedy Walk Hard: The Davy Cox Story.

Eight years later in 2015, Bruce finally left the group, replacing Larry Brogs.

“As a temptation, in six months many artists have done more than they have ever done in their lives,” he once quoted.

Bruce Williamson, Joe Herdon, Otis Williams, Ron Tyson, Terry Weeks & nbsp;  November 19, 2007 at the Royal Albert Hall.  & Nbsp;

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Bruce Williamson, Joe Herdon, Otis Williams, Ron Tyson and Terry Weeks at the Royal Albert Hall on November 19, 2007.

Bruce was the pioneer of the blackberry jam, a funk cover band that performed at various venues on the Lam Vegas Strip.

Prior to his death, he was reportedly working on a new evangelistic music project.

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