Dr. John (1941 - 2019)

  • "God bless you, Doc. You have provided me with many hours of..."
    - Mike Edenfield
  • "Dear Family of Dr John, I have met and seen Dr John several..."
    - Linda Sabo
  • "Thanks for the memories & music you left us. Another..."
    - Michael Walls
  • "Dr. John, Dr. John...you have left us and gone on. Loved..."
  • "A pioneer of music..down home NEW ORLEANS soul loving music..."
    - Valenda Newell

Dr. John (Rebecca Sapp/Wireimage) Dr. John in the 2019 Memorials Photo Gallery Enlarged Photo
Dr. John was a legendary New Orleans singer and musician who was known for his lively voodoo themed stage shows where he took on the persona of “the Night Tripper.” Dr. John (born Malcolm Rebennack) combined blues, jazz, rock, pop, and boogie woogie to create his own unique musical style. The flamboyant New Orleans native was an important ambassador for the music of his hometown. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011, introduced by singer John Legend. His best known song is the top twenty hit, “Right Place, Wrong Time,” in 1973.” The guitarist-pianist-singer was an in demand session player who recorded with many artists including Frank Zappa and Van Morrison. He also toured with Ringo Starr’s All Star Band.

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