Jamaican Reggae Grammy award winner Neville O’Riley Livingston famously known as Bunny Wailer, is dead. The Reggae legend was a co-founder of the famous reggae band “The Wailers” The band was co-founded alongside Bob Marley, who died in 1981 and Peter Tosh, who died in 1987, in the year 1963.
According to bunny wailer’s manager Maxine Stowe, while speaking with The Associated Press, stated that the three-time Grammy winner was said to have died on Tuesday, March 2, at the Andrews Memorial Hospital in the Jamaican parish of St. Andrew,
Though his cause of death is yet to revealed, Local newspapers had reported that Bunny suffered his second stroke in July 2020 and has been in and out of the hospital since.
Before his death, Wailer won three Grammys for his work on “Hall Of Fame – A Tribute To Bob Marley’s 50th Anniversary,” “Time Will Tell – A Tribute To Bob Marley”, and “Liberation (Album).”
He was the last surviving founding member of the reggae band “The Wailers” Bunny died at 73 years old.