Little Richard dead at 87: Rock music legend behind Tutti Frutti passes away from bone cancer
The Legend of Rock Music Mr Little Richard died at the age of 87, as confirmed by his son Danny Penniman. The world of Rock Music was in deep shock as the news of the singer’s death was wired.
According to the reports, he had Bone Cancer, which leads to his death at the age of 87. He was admitted to a hospital in Tullahoma for treating cancer. Tributes were pouring on social media for the legend, and many of them were shocked to listen to the news of his death.
Little Richard was one of the best Rock singers at his time, and he was famous in public. He produced some hit rock songs, which included Tutti Frutti, Long Tall Sally, and Good Golly Miss Molly. He was a real inspiration for all the musicians out there. He sold more than 30 million records during his time, which is an inspiration in itself.
Sir Mick was in awe of Little Richard, and he told media that he was the most significant contributor in this music industry.
He used to watch his moves and copy them at his teenage. He was the biggest inspiration for our generation at that time.
Sir Elton had the same feeling for Little Richard and also claimed that he had the most significant influence on him during that time.
If sources are to believe by then, it is thought that he recorded the last song in 2010 with Dottie Rambo.
He was a proud receiver of the Lifetime Achievement Award at Grammys Show in 1993. He was in the lousy company during his career, which affected his singing due to cocaine. Cocaine was the real murderer of his musical career then.