Romeo + Juliet’s Quindon Tarver Useless at 38: Baz Luhrmann and Extra Pay Tribute
Singer Quindon Tarver, who carried out a memorable rendition of Prince‘s “When Doves Cry” in 1996’s Romeo + Juliet, handed away on the age of 38.
In keeping with his uncle Kevin Tarver, the previous youngster star died in automotive accident in Texas on April 1. “He had been by a lot,” Quindon’s uncle advised The Dallas Morning Information. “However his focus was on his music. He was on the point of make his comeback. He had been within the studio engaged on a venture that was alleged to be launched this 12 months.”
After signing with Virgin Data on the age of 12, Quindon, a Texas native, bought the chance to audition for director Baz Luhrmann‘s Romeo + Juliet, which starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. The gifted younger artist was forged as a choirboy who, along with Prince’s “When Doves Cry,” additionally carried out a canopy of Rozalla‘s “All people’s Free” within the film.
After studying of Quindon’s loss of life, Baz took to his Instagram to pay tribute to him.
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