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Jazz singer-songwriter Gloria Bosman has died at the age of 50 after a brief illness.
Jazz singer-songwriter Gloria Bosman has died at the age of 50. The Sunday World received confirmation of the story from a sad source on Tuesday. Jazz legend Sipho Hotstix also posted the news on his social media, paying tribute to the singer.
“So sad, visceral, rest in peace my dear friend #gloriabosman, thank you for sharing the stage and sharing your gift with us, my heart breaks – love and respect for Sipho and the Hot Band @SIPHIWEGKUBHEKA @thamiMgcina @Tabiasongbird #RIP Gloria Bosman 💔💔”
Hugh Masekela, Sibongile Khumalo and Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse, among other legendary musicians, have performed alongside her on stage.
In a statement, the Southern African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO) mourned the passing of renowned jazz singer, songwriter and non-executive board member Gloria Bosman.
SAMRO Chairman Nicholas Maweni said,
“In her short time on the board, she has added a perspective that contains rich insights into the aspirations of members and the direction our organization should go forward.”
“She has left a lasting legacy with an outstanding catalog and a significant contribution to the South African music industry.”
Gloria Bossman Cause of Death
We regret to inform you that Gloria Bossman has passed away. Gloria Bossman is known to have a friendly personality. Seeing the recent news, many people must be curious about the cause of Gloria Bossman’s death. Gloria Bossman, 50, has died after a brief illness, the Sunday World has confirmed to sources. We’ll update this story once we find out more information. The community is saddened by the death of Gloria Bosman.
Who is Gloria Bossman?
Gloria Bosman is a Soweto-born jazz, African, rock and gospel singer. She is also a skilled producer, composer and presenter. According to her website, she has 11 nominations, including two KORA nominations and two South African Music Awards (SAMA). According to its description, the Kola Awards honor musicians from across Africa. Her 2001 debut album, Tranquillity, earned her a 2001 Samas Award for Best New Artist and nominations for Best Contemporary Jazz Album and Best Female Artist.
The following album, The Many Faces of Gloria Bossman, helped her achieve huge milestones, including being nominated for Best Southern African Artist, Most Promising Female Artist and Best Jazz Vocal Album at the SAMA Awards. Her previous album was “Letters from the Heart”. 1, Stop and Think (2002), Nature Dances (2003–2004), Emzini (2006), and Emzini (2010). The renowned jazz singer has performed all over the world, including Australia, England, France, Finland, Amsterdam, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Nigeria, Namibia, Zimbabwe and other countries, and even toured in South America.
As a member of SAMRO
Boseman was elected to the board of the Southern African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO) in February, becoming its newest member. It has been widely reported that the jazz musician’s nomination is aimed at promoting women on boards and the music industry in general. SAMRO Chairman Nicholas Maweni issued the following statement:
“Multiple award-winning Gloria Bosman is voted on by members to help make key decisions and guide important initiatives on behalf of the organization.”