Bruce Williamson Jr
Bruce Williamson Jr was born on September 28, 1970, and from Los Angeles, California, USA. He was an American R&B and soul singer and a onetime lead singer for The Temptations.
On September 6, 2020, he passed away at the age of 49, and his death was confirmed by his son on a Facebook post, Williamson’s son wrote “There are no words in the world that can express how I feel right now,” and “I love you Daddy thank you for being awesome thank you for being loving thank you for being Who You Are.”
According to TMZ, Bruce was battling coronavirus during his time of death.
In 2006, he joined The Temptations and till 2015 he continued with the group, Bruce and soul music after leaving the group, on Sept. 12 he was set to perform at a pay-per-view concert.
He began his music career from a very young age and the leads singer for the R&B group The Temptations. Furthermore, the lineup of The Temptations has changed frequently since the original group formed nearly 60 years ago. The act remains best known for its string of 1960s hits, including “My Girl” (1964) and “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” (1966).
His vocals figure on the group’s more recent albums Back to Front and Still Here. In February 2008, Williamson performed with The Temptations at the White House during a celebration of African-American history month and shook hands with President George W Bush, according to DailyMail.
Before his death he was working on a gospel project with the group an in recent years Williamson collaborated with the band Blackberry Jam.
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He was a married man and there is not much information about his wife but has a son named Bruce Alan Williamson Jr.