- British musician Maxi Jazz passed away on Friday, 23rd December at the age of 65. The London-born singer and guitarist co-founded UK dance group Faithless with fellow vocalist Jamie Catto and keyboardists and producers Sister Bliss and Rollo in 1995. Catto departed in 1999, but Jazz, Bliss and Rollo stayed together up until 2011, releasing six studio albums […]
The soulful vocalist with the London-based group is believed to have died peacefully in his sleep.Thanks for your feedback!
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"He was a brilliant lyricist, a DJ, a Buddhist, a magnificent stage presence, car lover, endless talker, beautiful person, moral compass and genius," band mates say in statementThanks for your feedback!
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The influential UK dance group is known for songs including "Insomnia," "God Is a DJ," and "We Come 1." Maxi Jazz, Singer of Faithless, Dead at 65 Alex YoungThanks for your feedback!
Maxi Jazz, the lead singer for British electronic dance act Faithless, has died at the age of 65. The band confirmed the news today (Dec. 24) in a Facebook post, sharing that Jazz passed yesterday. No cause of death was provided, though the band added he passed “peacefully” in a followup Instagram post. “We are … Maxi Jazz, Singer of U.K. Dance Act Faithless, Dies at 65 Read More » The post Maxi Jazz, Singer of U.K. Dance Act Faithless, Dies at 65 appeared first on SPIN.Thanks for your feedback!
Maxi Jazz, the lead vocalist of British electronic music band Faithless and known as the voice in trance hits such as "God Is a DJ" and "Insomnia", has died aged 65, the band said on Saturday. The band said on Twitter that Jazz had died peacefully in his sleep. Jazz was born Maxwell Fraser in Brixton, south London, in 1957.Thanks for your feedback!
In a decade since their last studio album, The Dance, renowned UK dance artists Faithless reemerged in 2020 with All Blessed, their seventh studio album and first project without their talismanic frontman Maxi Jazz, whose focus has shifted to the band he has since formed; Maxi Jazz & the E-Type Boys. Sister Bliss and Rollo…Thanks for your feedback!