Legendary Temptations Frontman Dennis Edwards Passes Away At 74

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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.