Bob Andy’s daughter, Bianca, has publicly thanked fans among others for their outpouring of support, following the death of her father on Friday.
“I just wanted to take a minute to thank all of you. Friends, family, fans for the outpouring of support that you have given to us today. Whether it be on Instagram, RJR Radio – its been fabulous,” said Bianca.
“And I know that my dad, modest as he was, would be completely shocked and surprised, and ultimately humbled by your response,” she added, holding back tears as she spoke.
Bianca also announced that more of her father’s music would be released, as she encouraged fans to listen to Andy’s music, as a way to celebrate his life.
“He will of course live on in his music, and there is more music to come, as he wasn’t finished,” said Bianka.
Andy, who was born Keith Anderson, passed away on March 27 at his home in Stony Hill.
He splashed on to the music scene in 1967, when he recorded his first solo hit record “I’ve Got to Go Back Home” and is most known internationally for his song, “Young, Gifted and Black” recorded in the 1970’s alongside Marcia Griffiths.