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Jean Watt Wiki – Jean Watt Biography

Jean Watt is the wife of Bunny Wailer. He best known as Bunny Wailer was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and percussionist. He was an original member of the reggae group The Wailers along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. A three-time Grammy Award winner, he is considered one of the longtime standard-bearers of reggae music. He was also known as Bunny Livingston and Jah B.

He spent his early years in the town of Nine Mile in the parish of St. Ann. It was there that she met Bob Marley, and the two young boys quickly became friends. The two boys came from single-parent families; Livingston was raised by his father, Marley by his mother. Later, Wailer’s father, Thaddeus “Toddy” Livingston, lived with Bob Marley’s mother, Cedella Booker, and had a daughter with her named Pearl Livingston. Peter Tosh had a son, Andrew Tosh, with another of Wailer’s sisters, Shirley, making Andrew his nephew.

Jean Watt Age

Jean Watt’s age is unknown.

Jean Watt Disappearance

On May 23, 2020, Jean Watt, also known as ‘Sister Jean’, reportedly disappeared. According to various reports, Sister Jean’s relatives described the music icon’s 70-year-old wife to local authorities. At the time of Jean Watt’s disappearance, she had dreadlocks and was around five feet three inches tall, and was wearing a black blouse, brown bottom, and sandals.

Immediately after Jean Watt’s disappearance, her relatives posted a message on Facebook that said, “beginning the day with a prayer for the Livingston family, which Sister Jean is in today. Meditating, positively, that she is being cared for by people who don’t know who she is, but who, thanks to the great amount of support and interest for the Hon Bunny Wailer, will do it all together. ”

Jamaican businessman and author Wayne Chen also appealed to the public through his Twitter account in the hope that he will find Wailer’s wife. On May 27, 2020, he wrote: “I first met Jean Watt in 1973 as the songwriter/songwriter for ‘Hallelujah Time’ when I played, over and over again, The Wailers’ ‘Burning’ album. Praying for his return safe and sound from him. ”

I first came across Jean Watt in 1973 as the songwriter/ composer of ‘Hallelujah Time’ when I played, over and over, The Wailers’s ‘Burnin’ album. Praying for her safe return.

— Wayne Chen (@wcchen) May 27, 2020

However, there has been no concrete news related to the discovery of Jean Watt. In October, six months after her disappearance, Wailer’s manager, Stowe, told The Star that they receive hundreds of calls for reported “sightings,” but nothing has resulted in a solid lead. He added that “there have been sightings in Linstead and Harker’s Hall, but what we realize is that sometimes she is the same person who is moving and is seen by different people.”

At the time, Wailer’s son Abijah had been making and posting videos with family members talking about Watt and asking him to come home. The family offered a reward of J $ 1 million ($ 250,000) for her recovery or any valid information leading to her safe return from her. Meanwhile, Stowe revealed that Wailer was still frustrated that his spouse of more than 50 years has not been found and there is nothing he can do about it.

When Bunny Wailer took his last breath on March 2, his 50-year-old wife was still missing.

Bunny Wailer Cause of Death

Bunny Wailer, a founding member of the Wailers and a reggae music giant whose career spanned seven decades, died at the age of 73.

Wailer’s manager, Maxine Stowe, confirmed that Wailer died Tuesday at Medical Associates Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica (via the Jamaica Observer). No cause of death was given, but Wailer had been in and out of the hospital since he suffered his second stroke, in 2020. A representative for the musician did not immediately respond to Rolling Stone’s request for comment.

“I am pleased to know that I am serving the purpose of making reggae music where it is,” he told the Washington Post in 2006. “I am proud to be a part of that.”

“I felt like the way to break up the Wailers was like a black rock act; I wanted some rock elements in there,” Blackwell later told Rolling Stone. “Bunny and Peter didn’t want to leave Jamaica, so Bob came to England when we did the overdubs.”

Tributes have already been poured for the musician, with fans and fellow musicians describing him as a legend.

“God bless Bunny Wailer,” wrote Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea. “What a true rocker and nobleman. I love him.”

“The passing of Bunny Wailer, the last of the original Wailers, ends the most vibrant period of Jamaica’s musical experience,” wrote Jamaican politician Peter Phillips in a Facebook post. “Bunny was a good conscientious Jamaican brother.”