American singer Anita pointer Member of the hit group that became famous in the 70’s Sisters IndexHe passed away this Saturday at the age of 74.
And the American press published a statement from the family, on Sunday, confirming his death. “While we are deeply saddened by the loss of Anita, we are comforted to know that she is now with her daughter, Jada, and her two sisters, John and Bonnie, and at peace,” the short text reads.
“She was the one who kept us all close and together for so long” and “Her love for our family will live on in each of us,” she adds in her autographed text. Four of the closest survivors: her sister, Ruth, brothers Aaron and Fritz, and her granddaughter, Roxy McCain Pointer.
Anita was with him A group created in Auckland From its formation in 1969 until it was forced to retire for unspecified health reasons in 2015.
One of her hits with the songs is the Pointer Sisters group “I’m so excited” or “He’s so shy” or “Jumping (for my love)”, Songs that were popular in the 70’s and 80’s.
Initially It consisted of June and her sister, Bonniealready deceased, to whom later Anita and Ruth joined, Also family.
The band also ventured into Country music with his song “Fairytale” And they became the first African-American group to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, a legendary scene of rural culture in Tennessee (Nashville, USA).
Pointer Sisters have won three Grammy Awards and received 10 nominations.
It was Bonnie who promoted the creation of the band, by involving John first and her sisters Anita and Ruth later.
The quartet fused the funk, soul jazz, and pop genres in the style of the 1940s, often sporting a throwback style reminiscent of their predecessors The Andrews Sisters. EFE