Paul Stanley Mourns The Death Of B.J. Thomas, ‘I Will Always Know That Voice’
KISS frontman, Paul Stanley reflected his sadness on his official Twitter account after he heard the death of pop and country legend, B.J. Thomas and paid tribute to the late musician by appreciating his unique voice that no one can forget.
As you may know, B.J. Thomas was widely known for his pop and country hits of between the 60s and 70s such as ‘Hooked on a Feeling,’ ‘Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head,’ and ‘(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Son.’ His songs became hits and Thomas gained great fame and success with his works with his unique voice and performance.
B.J. Thomas released his first studio album entitled ‘On My Way’ in 1968 and it was followed by ‘Longhorns & Londonbridges,’ ‘Reunion,’ ‘You Gave Me Love (When Nobody Gave Me a Prayer),’ ‘Love Shines,’ and ‘The Living Room Sessions.’ On March 2021, Thomas shared the bad news about his current health status revealing that he was diagnosed with lung cancer on his official Facebook page.
His lung cancer was at the fourth stage and the chance of recovery was very low. Unfortunately, B.J. Thomas died because of the complications of his cancer at the age of 78, on May 29, 2021. KISS legend, Paul Stanley shared the devastating news of B.J. Thomas’s death on his Twitter account. Stanley mentioned what a unique voice that the late legend had which he would always recognize as something really special.
Here’s what Paul Stanley wrote in his latest tweet:
“One of the signs of true greatness in any of the arts is instant recognition of the creator. When you heard B.J. Thomas sing there was never a doubt who it was. Rip. Gone too soon but I will always know that voice.“
You can see the tweet below.
One of the signs of true greatness in any of the arts is instant recognition of the creator. When you heard BJ Thomas sing there was never a doubt who it was. RIP. Gone too soon but I will always know that voice. https://t.co/BtIv395WCV
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) May 30, 2021