In a poignant moment for the world of country music, we bid farewell to a talented artist Julie Buck. Hailing from Tucson, AZ left an indelible mark on the jazz music scene, captivating audiences with her unparalleled talent and distinctive voice.
As news of her passing reverberates through the industry, we reflect on the enduring legacy of Julie, whose contributions have enriched the soul of many artists. Read on to know more about her cause of death in detail.
Julie Buck passed away:
Tucson, AZ musical community is mourning the passing of the talented singer, Julie Buck. She was a prominent Blues/Jazz Vocalist.
This sad news was announced by his group, Wholly Cats Swing Club on their social media post that reads,
Everyone in the Wholly Cats Swing Club family is shocked and saddened by the news of the sudden passing of former and founding member Ms. Julie Buck. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to all her family and friends. Julie was not only an incredibly talented musician but also a very generous and gracious bandmate and friend. We will miss her.
Who was Julie Buck?
Julie was one of the premier vocalists in Tucson, AZ. She began singing when she was four years old. Her mother was her great source of inspiration.
She started her musical journey at her parent’s restaurant where she used to sing Shirley Temple tunes. Throughout her high school and after high school she started singing blues and Country kinds of music.
She then drove on to classic rock and moved to Duluth Minnesota where she spent 20 years with a classic rock band and that’s where she started doing jazz.
Julie fell in love with a new genre of music and continued succeeding in that. She was a classical flutist and vocalist with a wide ranging repertoire.
She worked as a lead vocalist with the Wholly Cats Swing Club and she worked as a Back – up vocalist for Mr Skynyrd.
Julie Buck cause of death:
Julie Buck, the Lead vocals with the Wholly Cats Swing Club passed away suddenly on December 30, 2023. Her suddenly passing left her colleagues and family members in a deep sorrow. She passed away after a courageous and arduous battle with cancer.
Julie has bid farewell to this earthly realm, joining those who preceded her. The heavenly realms are now set for an extraordinary jazz session as Julie reunites with the angels in a musical celebration like no other.
Tributes flooded social media after her death news broke out. She will be deeply missed by her friends and relatives.
Hacienda Linda posted,
Julie, you brought instant magic and warmth to us all.
Thank you for that sultry voice and all your kind words of encouragement.
You will truly be missed.
Yvette R Johnson posted,
This is so hard to hear, Julie was a beautiful Soul. RIP Julie Buck fly high with your Mom now. You will be missed alot.
Well this is one of the hardest posts we’ve ever made…. it is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend, band sister and long-time Mr. Skynyrd family member, Julie Buck. She came into this band immediately after moving to Tucson almost 7 years ago and just fit right in! To say she was a great singer would be the understatement of the year, but she was so much more than that. She was our dear friend who we all loved and cherished. Her beautiful smile lit up the room, and she brought happiness and joy to every rehearsal, road trip and gig she ever did with us – and there were lots. In my opinion (Debbie) and I know I also speak for the rest of the band, she cannot be replaced. She was my soul sister, my band sister and my friend. We will all miss her dearly. We’ll be playing Freebird for you next time (NYE), sweet sista!!!!
William Yates posted,
We are absolutely heartbroken.
Julie Buck, gone just like that.
RIP you beautiful soul.
Tucson just took another major hit.
Centerville All Stars wrote,
We are profoundly sad to announce the passing of our sister, Julie Buck, seen here in an impromptu video from when she travelled from Arizona to perform with us at Moondance Jam. There will be more posts and tributes to come.
Feel free to post your own thoughts here.
Centerville All Stars posted,
Memory eternal… we’re not done lovin’ you yet…
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