How did Edward ‘Sollie’ Solomon die? Music icon cause of death Explained

Music icon and fashion pioneer Edward ‘Sollie’ Solomon passes away. Let’s see How did Music icon Edward ‘Sollie’ Solomon die and Edward’Sollie’ Solomon cause of death in detail.

How did Edward ‘Sollie’ Solomon die?

Edward “Sollie” Solomon, a cherished local musician and innovative proprietor of a boutique passed away on November 27th, at the age of 76.

Edward ‘Sollie’ Solomon cause of death

Edward “Sollie” Solomon cause of death was not disclosed yet. There are no information available about Edward “Sollie” Solomon cause of death.

Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. More information on Edward “Sollie” Solomon cause of death will be added soon.

From left, Rob Lowe, Jah Mitch Ebanks, Ed Solomon and Jeff Japal.

Who was Edward “Sollie” Solomon?

The renowned vocalist and conga player was a part of numerous bands over the years, including Humble and the Meek, and Mainstream.

On January 24, 2016, the Cayman Music and Entertainment Association honored him with the ICON award for his outstanding contribution to the local music business.

At the Cayman Islander Nightclub in the fall of 1984, Cayman musicians were on stage performing.
Barrie Bergstrom, Chuck Quappe, Edward Solomon, and drummer Mark McTaggart are pictured from left to right.


Arabus Botique

Arabus Boutique was established in 1970 and well-known store offering upscale, designer goods for men and women with a distinctly Caribbean flair. It was also a well-liked gathering spot for many.

Caymanian clothing company that had been in business for 49 years in downtown George Town, shut its doors on New Year’s Eve.


At celebrations in its Grand Cayman branches, CIBC FirstCaribbean’s annual Client Appreciation Day honored the lengthy service of a number of its clients last month, including some pillars of the Cayman business community.

To honour the long-standing ties it has had with these people—some of whom have kept accounts with the bank for many decades—CIBC FirstCaribbean presented gift presents at decorated branches.

Carol Holness, branch manager of the Main Street location ,Samuel McField, associate director of retail banking, Mr. Solomon and Mark McIntyre, managing director. 

On the bank’s day of customer appreciation, representatives from CIBC FirstCaribbean celebrate Ed Solomon, the owner of Arabus Fine Clothing, one of their longtime clients.

Tributes to Edward “Solli” Solomon 

Many people expressed their profound sympathies to his family and expressed how much they loved him.

Alisa Leona App wrote,

”A very special person in my life and the lives of so many others. Hard to process but Rest In Peace, my friend. This man is a Caymanian cultural icon in so many ways 😔❤️🙏“

Maud Walter wrote,

”This is sad news he will be missed rest on Ed.”

Dean Miller wrote,

”My deepest condolences.RIP my friend.”

Dennie Warren Jr. wrote,

”R.I.P. Edward Solomon.”

One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died.

We wish him eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to his loved ones, family, friends. May he rest in peace.


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