COUNTRY singer Bob Neuwirth, a close associate of superstar singer Bob Dylan, has passed away at 82.
Neuwirth’s partner, Paula Batson, confirmed his death to the نيويورك تايمز, saying he died from heart failure on Wednesday.
“On Wednesday evening in Santa Monica, Bob Neuwirth’s big heart gave out,” Neuwirth’s family told صخره متدحرجه.
“Bob was an artist throughout every cell of his body and he loved to encourage others to make art themselves. He was a painter, مؤلف الأغاني, producer and recording artist whose body of work is loved and respected.
“For over 60 سنوات, Bob was at the epicenter of cultural moments from Woodstock, to Paris, Don’t Look Back to Monterey Pop, Rolling Thunder to Nashville and Havana.”
The family added: “He was a generous instigator who often produced and made things happen anonymously. The art is what mattered to him, not the credit.
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“He was an artist, a mentor and a supporter to many. He will be missed by all who love him.”
Neuwirth rose to fame as a singer-songwriter in the 1960s when he entered Dylan’s inner circle.
He worked as Dylan’s road manager during the infamous 1965 tour of England documented in D.A. Pennebaker’s Don’t Look Back.
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