Rock n roll pioneer Dave Bartholomew died at 100
Dave Bartholomew, a giant of New Orleans music and a rock roll pioneer who, along with Fats Domino, wrote and produced such classics as "Isn't it a shame," "I'm Walkin" and "Let the four gusts of wind are "dead. He was 100 years old.
Bartholomew, a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, died on Sunday at a hospital in a suburb of New Orleans. 19659003] His eldest son, Dave Bartholomew Jr., confirmed the news to The Associated Press and said, "Papa was 100 years and six months old. It was just then."
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9659004] Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Bartholomew participates “My Lil’ Darlin’: An HBO Treme All Star Revue” at Tipitina’s on January 12, 2013 in New Orleans. Bartholomew died in June 2019 at 100 years old.”/>
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Bartholomew attends "My Lil"; Darlin: An HBO Treme All Star Revue "at Tipitina on January 12, 2013 in New Orleans. Bartholomew died in June 2019 at the age of 100.
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A trumpet player since childhood and a band leader and organizer before World War II, Bartholomew became a gay domino at the end of the 1940s and collaborated with The singer-pianist of dozens of hits that captured Domino's good-natured appeal made him one of the rock's earliest stars and New Orleans a popular music center.