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How Did George Wein Die? – Cause of Death
George Wein, Newport Jazz Festival co-founder who created a template for other influential festivals, has died at 95.
His spokesperson Carolyn McClair announced the news.
“It is with immense sadness that we let you know of the passing of our founder and north star, George Wein,” read a note posted on both Newport fests’ Twitter accounts. “We have all lost a giant champion of jazz, art, philanthropy, and equality. There will never be another like him. Rest easy, George.”
“George Wein defined what a music festival could be with the Newport Jazz Festival, Newport Folk Festival, and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival,” L.L. Cool J said in 2015 when presenting Wein with a Grammy Honorary Trustee Award. “This is a great guy. More than anyone, George set the stage for what great festivals today look like; festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo … he made this possible…”
Date of death: September , 2021
Death Age: 95-year-old
Cause of Death : unconfirmed
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