Amp Fiddler Death: American Singer and Record Producer died from cancer

Amp Fiddler Death: American Singer and Record Producer died from cancer

Amp Fiddler Death | Detroit, Michigan Well-known R&B/Soul musician, Amp Fiddler Waltz of a Ghetto Fly has passed away suddenly. He was confirmed dead on Monday, December 18, 2023. He died leaving many hearts scarred after learning of his sudden death. He will always be missed by all those who had the pleasure of meeting him during the course of his life.

Since the news of his death surfaced, many have not hesitated to share their heartfelt condolences with the family of Amp Fiddler, also paying tribute to him in recently released statements. Everyone is urged to keep the family in their thoughts and prayers as they navigate through this sad time grieving the unimaginable loss of Amp Fiddler.

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Who was Amp Fiddler?

An American singer, songwriter, keyboardist, and record producer, Joseph Anthony “Amp” Fiddler was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He was also known as “Amp.” Electronica, dance music, funk, and soul are some of the musical types that he is known for.

Amp Fiddler Cause of death

According to reports reaching the public, Amp Fiddler died after a long battle with cancer. The circumstances leading to the tragic illness have not yet been revealed. So far, no further details have been revealed. The general public will be updated as soon as this piece of information is made available.

Defected Records statement: “His impact on music as a whole is impossible to summarise in one post, but we wanted to say that we are honoured and privileged to get to know Amp over the past 5 years, through his work with Dames Brown. He has always been such a positive force to everyone around him.”

Amp Fiddler Album Discography

  • With Respect (1990)
  • Waltz of a Ghetto Fly (2004) – UK #82
  • Afro Strut (2006) – UK #126
  • Inspiration Information (2008) – with Sly and Robbie
  • Motor City Booty (2016)
  • Kindred Live (2017) – with Will Sessions
  • Amp Dog Knights (2017)
  • The One (2018) – with Will Sessions

Amp Fiddler obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by his family

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