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RIP Jean Adebambo and Tony Hart

Two of Britain’s leading entertainers, Jean Adebambo and Tony Hart, passed away last week.

Adebambo was a soulful singer who achieved legendary status in Britain during the 1980s after recording reggae hits such as Paradise and I Want to Make it With You.

After an 18 year hiatus, she came out of musical retirement to perform at the Kings and Queens of Lovers Rock Gala last September.

Hart was an artist and popular children’s TV presenter whose career spanned more than five decades.

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