Google honors Luther Wandros, who turned 70 on April 20, 2021, with a doodle today. We introduce you to the singer here.
Today’s Google Doodle shows Luther Wandros, the icon of R&B, and will be celebrating his 70th birthday on April 20, 2021.
The video doodle shows the singer during a show with a microphone in hand. Decorated Google characters are shown around Luther Wandros. In the center of the logo is a play button, which is a newly animated video of the singer based on the hit “Never Too Much”.
Doodle’s explanation is as follows: “Today’s video doodle, created by Atlanta-based guest artist Sam Boss, celebrates the 70th birthday of many platinum and Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Luther Wandros – also known as” Velvet “voice, with its soft-soft tenor Ballads encouraged generations with inappropriate style and kindness. “
Here in our portrait we introduce you to the musician Luther Vandros.
Portrait of singer Luther Wandros
Luther Ronsoni Vandros was born on April 21, 1951 in New York City. He became very interested in music from an early age and started singing and playing the piano at the age of three. At the age of 13, the young Vandros wrote his first songs, performed after graduating from high school at Amateur Night High School, an open-air show at the Apollo Theater in New York, in which Michael Jackson appeared in the early stages of his career, presented.
Shortly afterwards, Luther Vandros joined the theater troupe “Listen My Brother Review” and sang with him in the first episode of the 1969 children’s show “Sesame Street”. The musician celebrated his next turn with his own composition “Everybody’s Happy”, the original version of which was heard on Broadway music “The Wise”, which was later made into a film.
In the 1970s, Vandros served as playback singer for several artists, including David Bowie, Whitney Houston and Barbara Streisand. His talent appeared as a singer in advertising jingles for various major brands, for example “Juicy Fruit”. His final breakthrough came as a guest singer on the change band.
Luther Wandros is considered an R&B legend
Vandros began his solo career in 1981 and produced his first studio album, “Never Too Much”. From 1981 to 1995 the singer remained almost in the US charts. His most important international hits include the duet songs “Endless Love” with Maria Carey and “The Best Things in Life are Free” with singer Janet Jackson.
During his successful music career, Luther Wandros won a total of eight Grammy Awards. He also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was allowed to appear on the 1997 Super Bowl half-time show. On April 16, 2003, the singer suffered a severe stroke, from which she did not fully recover, and finally died on July 1, 2005 in New Jersey. (THE)
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