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American R&B Singer, Nolan Porter Dies At 71


American R&B singer and songwriter who became notable after releasing his hit song “Keep On Keeping On” in 1978, Nolan Porter has passed away. He was reported to have died today February 5, 2021, at the age of 71. Circumstances surrounding his death is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.

Nolan death was confirmed in a social media post made by some online users.

Confirming the news to the public, The Stone Foundation took to their Twitter handle to announce the death of Norlan, describing him as a brother who has taught them so much in life.

The Tweets Read: There aren’t enough words on here to express our sadness in the passing today of our dear friend and brother Nolan Porter. You taught us so much in life & music and we will all raise a glass to your beautiful memory/legacy tonight. Sleep well brother Jonesy & the SF family xx.

Porter started his music career as Nolan in 1971. His first song as Nolan was a version of Van Morrison’s “Crazy Love” released on the Lizard label.

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