American Singer Jonny Nash Died At The Age Of 80


American singer Jonny Nash Death:


Now the American Singer Jonny Nash has died at the age of 80. The US musician Johnny Nash is dead. The pop and reggae artist died at the age of 80 in his home in Houston, his son told.


The hit "I can see clearly now", which he wrote after an eye operation, made Johnny Nash famous. He starred in films and helped Bob Marley achieve an international breakthrough.


Nash had been sick for a long time. He is best known for the hit "I can see clearly now" from 1972, which he wrote after an eye operation.


The Houston-born son of a chauffeur sang in the church choir as a child and got his own television show at the age of 13.


Within a few years, he made a name for himself as a singer. He also took on film roles in "The Wolves of Los Angeles" alongside Dennis Hopper and Jeffrey Hunter.


In the mid-1960s, he first tried R'n'B until he met Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingston on a trip to Jamaica.


He helped Marley achieve an international breakthrough, among other things by making his pieces "Stir It Up" and "Guava Jelly" known to a wide audience.


After the 1980s, Nash largely withdrew from the public eye. Singer Jonny Nash has been married three times and has two children.


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