Rest In Peace: Singer Phoebe Snow (July 17, 1952 – April 26, 2011) Dies Of Complications Of A Brain Hemorrhage At 60


Via: nj.com

Phoebe Snow dies at 60
By MARK KENNEDY
Associated Press
Courtesy Of The Star-Ledger NJ

NEW YORK (AP) — Phoebe Snow, a bluesy singer, guitarist and songwriter who had a defining hit of the 1970s with “Poetry Man” but then largely dropped out of the spotlight to care for her disabled daughter, has died.Snow, who was nominated for best new artist at the 1975 Grammys, died Tuesday morning in Edison, N.J., from complications of a brain hemorrhage she suffered in January 2010, said Rick Miramontez, her longtime friend and public relations representative. She was 60.Read More Here…

Howard Stern through out the years had so many great musical performances on his show its insane. From The Foo Fighters, Joe Walsh, Stevie Wonder, & many more.And out of all the outstanding performances that blessed his show this cover of Sam Cookes classic record Bring It On Home by Phoebe Snow was always one my favorites.
Phoebe Snow – Bring It On Home To Me (Howard Sterns 1987 Birthday Show)


Phoebe Snow (born Phoebe Ann Laub; (July 17, 1952 – April 26, 2011) was an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, best known for her 1975 hit “Poetry Man.” Snow is described by The New York Times as a “contralto grounded in a bluesy growl and capable of sweeping over four octaves.” Read More Here…

Phoebe Snow & The NY Rock & Soul Revue – At Last

Phoebe belts out the Etta James classic.Recorded in Philadelphia with Donald Fagen and the New York Rock & Soul Revue.

Phoebe Snow – Two Fisted Love

Phoebe Snow performing at Music on the Half Shell in Roseburg, Oregon on July 8, 2008.

RIP

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