R.L. Boyce Obituary-Death News; Renowned Blues Singer And Songwriter, R.L. Boyce Passes Away
At the age of 68, blues singer and songwriter R.L. Boyce passed away on November 9, 2023. Boyce was up in Como, Mississippi, and was very much a part of the local fife and drum traditions.
R.L. Boyce was born on August 15, 1955, and raised in Como, Panola County, all of his life. Boyce was early to appreciate the rich musical legacy of the area, influenced by his late uncle Othar Turner. He became well-known in the blues world, especially for his contributions to garage rock and hill country blues.
Boyce started his musical career in the 1960s and, up until his death, wowed audiences with his captivating guitar technique and heartfelt vocals. He put out other albums throughout the years, the most well-known of which was his highly regarded follow-up, “Roll and Tumble,” which came out in 2017.
As of right now, R.L. Boyce’s precise cause of death remains unknown. He leaves behind a long legacy in the blues industry, thus the music community is mourning his demise.
In honour of R.L. Boyce, fans, musicians, and the blues community have united. Many have expressed their sorrow and gratitude on social media for his contributions to the genre. Numerous people have provided personal accounts of Boyce’s performances, emphasising both his special talent and the influence he had on their lives.