Bill Withers brings for the first time since 32 years of new music from
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For the first time since 1985, Bill Withers new music released. The song makes part of an album that has multiple artists, songs, cover of the country singer Little Jimmy Dickens.
The 79-year-old singer took for the tribute album, a new version of the song (You’ve been Quite a Doll) Raggedy Ann, reports Pitchfork Wednesday.
In 1985, the singer to retire. In the interim he made still new music, but he decided to not to bring. He also wrote music for the artists Jimmy Buffet, and George Benson.
In 2015, it was Withers included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Rolling Stone told the singer that he is not the personality that is necessary to a well-known musician. “I’m pretty shy, I hide me, rather.”
Withers scored many big hits, including Ain’t No Sunshine, Lovely Day and Just the Two of Us.