Musician Melvin Edmonds Dies At The Age of 65 Following A Short Illness
The Founding Member Of Indianapolis R&B Group After 7, Melvin Edmonds, Has Died At The Age Of 65.
- Melvin Edmonds has died at the age of 65.
- Melvin died on Saturday, 18th May, after following a short illness in Indianapolis home.
- It was his son named Melvin who confirmed the news.
- Melvin is survived by his four children; Melvin, Chris, Jason, and Courtney.
The older brother of Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and a founding member of R&B group After 7, Melvin Edmonds is no more! He died at the age of 65 on Saturday, 18th May, after following a short illness in Indianapolis home.
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We the group @after7music are deeply hurt and saddened by the unexpected, sudden loss of our brother and friend, and Jason’s dad, Melvin D. Edmonds, age 65 on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Our thanks and appreciation goes out to everyone for their tremendous outpouring of love, support and prayers. We are doing our best to cope and thank you for your understanding in giving us the time we need during these very difficult days. Thank you. After 7
It was his son named Melvin who confirmed the news. He is survived by his four children; Melvin, Chris, Jason, and Courtney.
After 7 was founded by brothers Melvin, Keith Mitchell, and Kevon in 1987. Melvin’s son, Jason later joined the band after he left the group.
The group was even nominated for Grammy for their 1990 single “Can’t Stop.” They won an NAACP Image Award in the same year.
The singers were widely known for “Heat of the Moment” and “Ready or Not.”
Rest in Peace!!!
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