Keith Wilder who was the lead singer of the 70s’ band Heatwave died Oct. 29 at the age of 65.
Wilder is best known for his hits which include “Always and Forever,” “Boogie Nights, ” and “The Groove Line.”
The musician suffered from health problems before dying in his sleep, according to Billy Jones. Jones is the cousin and bandmate of the late singer.
“Always and Forever” was Heatwave’s biggest hit. The song went platinum and “Boogie Night” broke the top 10, according to TMZ.com.
Heatwave was nominated for two Grammys but didn’t win.
R.I.P. Keith Wilder