The Delfonics lead singer William Hart dead at 77

The Delfonics lead singer William Hart dead at 77

William “Poogie” Hart, the Grammy-award-winning lead singer of the R&B band The Delfonics, has died.

According to his son Hadi Hart, William was having trouble breathing so he was recently taken to Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he passed away Thursday from complications during surgery.

William Hart

In 1971, The Delfonics won a Grammy Award for “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time)” for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group, Vocal Or Instrumental.

The Delfonics lead singer William Hart dead at 77

The original band split in 1975 after achieving twelve top-20 hits on Billboard’s R&B and Soul Single Chart. Former members created splinter groups that continued to perform through the ’90s and 2000s.

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