German Jazz Singer Roger Cicero - CFS Led To Death, Aged 45

Laurie P

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German jazz singer Roger Cicero dies, aged 45

"Germany's best-known jazz performer has died after being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. His career spanned almost 15 years, making him one of Germany's most beloved musical celebrities."

"Roger Cicero had become renowned for his live gigs featuring big bands and guest stars, but was a reclusive character in his private life. Cicero would take several months to produce new albums, seeking inspiration in isolation. His last major tour, "The Roger Cicero Jazz Experience," took place in 2013; tours for 2014 and 2015 were cancelled with the onset of chronic fatigue syndrome."

"Roger Cicero had many plans for 2016; his latest album "The Roger Cicero Jazz Experience" was nominated for an Echo Award, and there were tours and public engagements throughout the year. However, this non-stop schedule caused a number of health issues, starting with chronic fatigue sydrome, which led to an acute case of myocarditis. Cicero died, aged 45, following a stroke on March 24, 2015 [sic]."

"Cicero had suffered chronic fatigue syndrome, which reportedly led to his untimely death through a sudden stroke on Thursday, March 24. His family made the news of his death public on Tuesday (29.03.2016). Cicero was 45 years old."

To read the whole article:
http://www.dw.com/en/german-jazz-singer-roger-cicero-dies-aged-45/a-19147899
 
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