Bruce Williamson, Former Lead Singer In The Temptations, Dies at 49

Bruce Williamson, the previous lead vocalist of The Temptations, has kicked the bucket. He was 49.

The vocalist spent away Sunday night at his home in Las Vegas after a fight with COVID-19, as indicated by TMZ. Further insights regarding his passing were not accessible at press time.

“There’s no words in the world that can express how I feel right now,” Williamson’s son, Bruce, wrote on Facebook. “I love you Daddy thank you for being awesome thank you for being loving thank you for being Who You Are I pray to God and we will meet again,”I love you Daddy R.I.H KING WILLIAMSON.”

A local of Compton, Calif., Williamson joined The Temptations in 2006 and kept singing with the famous Motown bunch until 2015. Notwithstanding showing up with the represent show and TV exhibitions, Williamson was additionally included on Temptations collections Back to Front (2007) and Still Here (2010).

In 2013, Williamson disclosed to Las Vegas Black Image that Temptations part Ron Tyson prepared him for longer than 10 years to turn into an individual from the gathering, however establishing part Otis Williams was at first against the thought “because he thought I was too big and too young.”

Yet, Williamson “never lost the dream of wanting to be a Temptation,” he said in a 2016 interview with Chapter & Verse Network. “But I didn’t want to be an imitation or one who impersonates my predecessors. I wanted to be myself.”