How did Roland Johnson die? Singer cause of death Explained

Ronald Johnson cause of death

Roland Johnson, the king of St. Louis blues and soul, has passed away. Let’s see how did St.Louis’s Singer die and Roland Johnson cause of death in detail.

How did St.Louis singer Roland Johnson die?

One of St. Louis’ best performers, Roland Johnson died on November 15, 2022. The tributes began to pour in as soon as word of his death spread online late on Tuesday night.

Roland Johnson, the charismatic artist, had won over generations of St. Louisans with his magnetic appearance, his kind demeanor, and his incredibly smooth voice.

The Funky Butt Brass Band shared this great recollection with its Facebook followers, saying,

“He was a wild card and we never knew what was about to go down when he took the stage. Reminiscent of those legendary wrestlers when they were booked with young bucks for the first time. There’s no rehearsing how this match is gonna flow… That first time Roland joined Brasstravaganza [the band’s big annual holiday show] he walked on stage, asked the audience if the band should pay him for being there, and launched into a random Foreigner or Steppenwolf tune with made-up lyrics. We were completely baffled and entertained at the same time. He had that crowd, and the band, in the palm of his hand the entire time.”

Roland Johnson cause of death:

Roland Johnson cause of death has not been revealed yet. 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 Roland Johnson cause of death will be added soon.

Michael “Big Mike” Aguirre said, “You personified the St. Louis musical community, in so many ways. Pure Joy, Heart, and Soul, on and off the stage — I’ve never known it any other way. An institution of your own; a presence, larger than life, to be reckoned with; your effortlessly infectious playfulness. “Every time we crossed paths, you cheered me up and made my day.”

Darrell Mixon said, “I never had the honor of performing with Roland Johnson regularly, but the times I sat in with him, were, simply put, outstanding! His voice, stage presence, and overall charisma were a thing of beauty to watch and be a part of on the bandstand! Rest now, my brother. “A job well done!”

Who was Roland Johnson?

Roland Johnson is a great singer from the St. Louis community and his genre is R&B/Soul, Hip-Hop/Rap. Ronald’s Record labels are Blue Lotus Recordings and 1118930 Records DK. Johnson’s Albums include Set Your Mind Free, Imagine This, The Creative Writing Process, Baby I’m ready, The Best Outta you, Money Clipz, Life goes on

Roland Johnson Songs:

  • Keep on Dancin’,
  • Promised Land,
  • Set Your Mind Free,
  • Mean Mistreatin’
  • Ain’t That Loving You
  • You’re My Best Friend
  • Can’t Get Enough
  • Sweet Little Nothings
  • Best Outta You
  • I Wish we Could Talk Again
  • You Know You’re Mine
  • Now You’re Gone
  • Baby Im Ready
  • Still Here
  • The Things You Do
  • Your’s and Mine
  • Let’s Live Together
  • Push and Move
  • Steppin’
  • In the Mood for Love
  • Hold On
  • Leaving You for Me
  • Creative Freestyle
  • Smile/Lonely
  • Life Goes On
  • Someone to Love
  • Money Clipz
  • Tallwood Kidz
  • Can’t Knock The Hustle 2.0
  • Oh Wow
  • Dupont Kidz

Tributes to Roland Johnson:

Joseph Pastor commented,

“I used to love playing gigs with Roland Johnson. I’m very saddened to hear of his passing. Roland was not only one of the most soulful singers I’ve ever worked with he was also one of the nicest guys you ever could have met.”

Kendrick Smith commented,

“I remember the first time I experienced Roland sing, I had overheard Anita Michelle Jackson talk about his presence and star quality on stage…well she was right and he blew me away! RIP Roland Johnson”

Jeremiah Johnson commented,

“I was notified late last night that Roland Johnson passed away. Roland was a St Louis R&B/Soul treasure. An extraordinarily gifted vocalist. I will remember him with a big smile. He treated me with respect and kindness.” R.I.P., Roland Johnson.


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