Legendary Temptations Frontman Dennis Edwards Passes Away At 74
Former lead singer, Dennis Edwards, of Motown staple music group the Temptations died Thursday at the age of 74. Edwards was apart of the legendary R&B group from 1968 until 1977 appearing on some of the Temptations biggest hits like "I Can't Get Next to You," "Ball of Confusion" and "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone." He also had a successful solo career in the Eighties, rejoining the group for reunion tours during the decade.
The singer is survived by his wife Brenda who said Edwards, died at a Chicago hospital of complications from meningitis, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after being diagnosed with the disease in May 2017.
RIP to a legend who's contributions to music is unmatched and will truly be missed.