Errol Brown cause of death

Errol Brown's Death

Born (Birthday) November 12, 1943

Death Date May 6, 2015

Age of Death 71 years

Cause of Death Liver Cancer

Profession Rock Singer

The rock singer Errol Brown died at the age of 71. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Singer who was known as the lead man of the band Hot Chocolate, known for such singles as “You Sexy Thing” and “So You Win Again.”

He moved to the U.K. when he was twelve years old.

He owned some National Hunt horses at the Cheltenham Festival and Grand National.

Personal Life

He grew up in Kingston, Jamaica with his family until he was twelve years old and then moved to the United Kingdom.

He recorded a cover version of John Lennon’s song “Give Peace a Chance,” which was released in 1969 and vaulted him into the music industry.

How did Errol Brown die?

Brown died from liver cancer at his home in the Bahamas on 6 May 2015. He was survived by his wife Ginette and his two daughters, Colette and Leonie.