Who was Shawn McLemore? What was Gospel Singer Shawn McLemore’s Cause of Death? Another saddest news is arriving into the headlines which have left shocked everyone. The news is about the passing of Los Angeles-born Shawn McLemore who was a gospel singer. Yes, you read it rights that the famous gospel singer Shawn has passed away on Saturday (09 October) after suffering from a short-term illness. He was the most famous and renowned gospel singer who had gained a huge reputation and name for his work in the singing industry. He has given so many hit albums in his career. After getting the news of his demise, everyone is deeply saddened and praying for the peace of his soul. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Shawn McLemore’s Cause of Death?
The news of his death is revealed by Shawn’s wife Rhonda McLemore who took her Instagram account to share this unfortunate news. She shared a picture of Shawn with a written note that reads “It is with deep and great sorrow The McLemore Family announces the transition of Shawn McLemore. Official details to follow” with the caption Pray for my family. His family is in deep grief after his death. They need our concern and support in this tough time. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends. Let’s discuss some details related to Shawn’s life and career.
Who was Shawn McLemore?
Talking about Shawn McLemore who is a famous American gospel singer and the leader of New image, was born on 03 May 1967 in Los Angeles, California, US. He was raised in the church as a child. He started his music career in 1997 when he released his first album titled Wait on Him by Verity Records. The album also managed to place at the 33rd position on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums. After that, his three consecutive albums could reach the chart.
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In 2007, he released his second album titled “Sunday Morning: The Live Experience” with Worldwide music but didn’t get much success. Then he released his third album in 2010 titled “Stand: The Shawn Mac Project” but it also failed to chart. In 2011, he released his fourth one titled “One Percent Miracle: Any Minute Now” with Black Smoke Music alongside Worldwide music. He was married to Rhonda McLemore with whom he had a daughter. He was survived by his wife and daughter. Shawn McLemore died on Saturday at 54 following a short sickness. We hope that the family will receive enough strength from God to go through this pain. May his soul Rest In Peace. Stay tuned with us for further updates.
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