Australia The American bluesman Lucky Peterson is dead

16:30  18 may  2020
16:30  18 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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(ARCHIVE) Le musicien de jazz Lucky Peterson en concert au Newport Jazz Festival à Rhode Island, le 31 juillet 2015 © EVA HAMBACH (ARCHIVE) The jazz musician Lucky Peterson in concert at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island, July 31, 2015

The American blues musician Lucky Peterson died suddenly Sunday at 55 years in a Dallas hospital in the state of Texas, announced his relatives on social networks.

"It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Lucky Peterson," said a press release published in French and English on the artist's Facebook page.

"He was at home when he fell ill and was rushed to hospital in critical condition. Unfortunately, the doctors were unable to revive him," said his relatives.

Aged just 55, Lucky Peterson was the victim of "a massive stroke," according to French journalist and music critic Alex Dutilh.

Guitarist, organist and singer, Judge Kenneth Peterson, whose real name is, was a renowned figure on the blues and jazz scene, who performed regularly at festivals in France.

His latest album "50 Just Warming Up!" was thus released in 2019 under the French label Jazz Village.

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Brian Crichton, 79, was walking at the break of dawn in Findon, north-west of Adelaide's CBD, when a man attacked him from behind and ran away. "(Doctors) said it was close to the spleen and close to the lung, and that's why they rushed me (into Royal Adelaide Hospital)."He managed to return home to get help from his wife Elinor, who called the police."I cannot fathom how anybody could do that. Couldn't be in their right mind, is all I could say," Mrs Crichton said.Mr Crichton told detectives his attacker appeared to be a man aged in his 20s and around 180cm tall.

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