Welcome to your first full weekend in April. In a time of uncertainty and sometimes scary moments, you might find comfort in the fact that you are not alone. With news and rising case numbers every hour, more people are fearing the Covid-19 pandemic and worried about their own health.
A new poll says nine-out-of-ten Americans fear getting the coronavirus. Jim Forbes has more.
Now more than ever, we need somebody lean on….(virtually and from a safe social distance, of course.) Even though the man who made that mantra famous has recently passed away, the message is stronger now than ever.
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Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Bill Withers has passed away.
His family said he died from heart complications. The 81-year-old soul singer had big hits with “Lean On Me” and “Ain’t No Sunshine” during the 1970s and ’80s. He was nominated for nine Grammys and won three times. The third song that won him music’s top honor was “Just The Two Of Us.” He was born in West Virginia and joined the Navy when he was 17.
After he left the Navy, he moved to Los Angeles to begin his music career. He released his first album in 1971.
Soon we will be able to dance together again. ..in the sunshine.