Barry Llewellyn of "The Heptones" is dead

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Barry Llewellyn

Barry Llewellyn

Barry Llewellyn from Jamaican rocksteady and reggae group "The Heptones' is dead.


Llewellyn died on Wednesday, Nomvember 23, 2011 in the Kingston Public Hospital.

The Heptones other surviving members are Leroy Sibbles and Earl Morgan. Leroy Sibbles, Earl Morgan and Barry Llewellyn first came together as "The Hep Ones" in 1965 but later changed their name to "The Heptones". The name was chosen by Earl Morgan.

May his soul rest in peace. He will surely be missed.


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RIP Barry.. my condolences to the entire family..
by: Anonymous

my condolences go out to the entire family of Barry the original heptones, may their faith comfort them in this time of grief. RIP Barry....

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