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R.I.P. “Disco InfernoSinger Jimmy Ellis, Of The Trammps, Dies At 74

Another great talent has passed away. Jimmy Ellis, 74, lead singer of the Philadelphia rhythm and blues band the Trammps, whose hit “Disco Inferno” was featured in the 1977 movie Saturday Night Fever, died Thursday, March 8, in Rock

Jimmy Ellis, Trammps Frontman & Singer Of “Disco Inferno”, Dead At 74

Just as Adele’s 21 is aiming to tie the 24-week run atop Billboard’s Top 200 chart that the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack enjoyed 35 years ago, one of the artists featured on the latter has passed away. Jimmy Ellis, frontman of Philadelphia soul and disco band The Trammps, died yesterday following complications from Alzheimer’s disease.... More »

'Disco Inferno' Singer Jimmy Ellis Dies But His Legacy Lives On (VIDEO)

Post by Jacqueline Burt Sad news: Jimmy Ellis, who sang the 1970's hit "Disco Inferno" for the Trammps, died yesterday in South Carolina from complications associated with Alzheimer's disease. He was 74 years old. The Grammy-nominated...Show More Summary

"Disco Inferno" Singer Jimmy Ellis Dies at 74

Jimmy Ellis, the lead singer of The Trammps, the music group that popularized the 1970s anthem "Disco Inferno," has died. He was 74. Ellis died in a Rock Hill, S.C. nursing home of complications from Alzheimer's disease, his daughter told The New York Times. See other celebs we lost this year Read More >

Disco InfernoSinger Jimmy Ellis Dead at 74

Disco InfernoSinger Jimmy Ellis Dead at 74 | Source: Rickey.org | The X Factor | The Voice | American Idol Another great in music has passed away. Jimmy Ellis, lead vocalist of the Trammps, has passed away due to complications from Alzheimer's. Their biggest hit is "Disco Inferno" which appears on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. From TMZ:

Jimmy Ellis, ‘Disco InfernoSinger, Dies at 74

Singer Jimmy Ellis, whose signature dance anthem “Disco Inferno” burned up the music charts in the late 1970s and was immortalized in the hit movie Saturday Night Fever, died Thursday in his hometown of Rock Hill, South Carolina. He was 74. Erika Stinson, the daughter of the former Trammps lead singer, told the New York [...]Show More Summary

'Disco Inferno' singer Jimmy Ellis dead at 74

Ellis' hit "Disco Inferno" was immortalized on the soundtrack of 1977's "Saturday Night Fever."

'Disco Inferno' Singer Jimmy Ellis Dies -- Dead at 74

Jimmy Ellis, who sung lead vocals for The Trammps on their 1970s classic "Disco Inferno," died yesterday in South Carolina. He was 74.Eliis died from complications due to Alzheimer's disease, his daughter told the NY Times."Disco Inferno" was…

Jimmy Ellis: Dead at 74

He had a wonderful influence on the 1970s musical landscape, and sadly, Jimmy Ellis passed away yesterday at the age of 74. The “Disco Infernosinger died as a result of complications from Alzheimer’s Disease and is survived by hisShow More Summary

Jimmy Ellis Dead: 'Disco Inferno' Singer From the Trammps Dies at 74

Hulton Archive, Getty Images ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) - James T. "Jimmy" Ellis, who belted out the refrain "Burn, baby burn!" in a 1970s-era disco hit that's still replayed in modern sports arenas, has died. He was 74. David Turner of Bass-Cauthen...Show More Summary

Jimmy Ellis, "Disco Inferno" Singer, Dies at 74

Jimmy Ellis, the voice behind the dance floor anthem "Disco Inferno," has died. He passed away Thursday in South Carolina at the age of 74. Ellis died of complications from Alzheimer's Disease, his daughter told the New York Times. Ellis...Show More Summary

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