Fred White, drummer of the famous American funk band Earth, Wind and Fire, died at the age of 67 on Monday January 2, 2023. The circumstances of the death are still unknown.
He was behind many heady and mythical rhythms. Earth, Wind and Fire drummer Fred White has died aged 67. His brother and member of the funk band, Verdine White, himself announced the death of the musician on Monday, January 2, 2023 in a post on Instagram. "Our family is saddened today by the loss of an incredible and talented family member", wrote the man on the social network recalling that Frederick Eugene known as "Freddie" or "Fred" White had won a first disc of 'or at the age of 16 and was one of the first members of the group famous for its hits, including the unforgettable September.
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Fred White passed away after enjoying a decade-long career as a star disco-funk band between 1974 and 1984. And the musician was just a teenager when he beat the beats of first hits of Earth, Wind and Fire founded by his brother Maurice White in 1969. Born in 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, the drummer enjoyed success along with his brothers in the 1970s with songs that still resonate more than 50 years after their releases: Let's groove or Boogie Wonderland. A commercial and critical success with no less than six Grammy Awards and four American Music Awards won by members of the group, including Fred White. The members of Earth, Wind
With the death of drummer Frederick White, hit band Earth, Wind