How Grover Washington Jr. Died: Cause of Death, Age at Death, and More!

Grover Washington Jr. reached the not so modest age of 56 years. Find out the cause of death and more exciting information regarding the death of this famous saxophonist.

Biography - A Short Wiki

A pioneer of the smooth jazz genre who was prolific composer, with hits including “Reed Seed” and “Black Frost.” he released the solo album Inner City Blues.

He received his first saxophone when he was the age of eight and went on to become a freelance musician in New York.

Washington’s big break happened when he had the opportunity to record for Creed Taylor’s Kudu Records because Hank Crawford did not show up.

He was born in Buffalo and was raised by a saxophonist and a church chorister.

He collaborated with Bill Withers on the Grammy Award-winning song “Just the Two of Us.”

How did Grover Washington Jr. die?

He died of an apparent heart attack, said Patricia Mannino, the office manager of Mr. Washington’s Philadelphia record company, G W Jr. Music Inc.
Information about the death of Grover Washington Jr.
Cause of deathN/A
Age of death56 years
ProfessionSaxophonist
BirthdayDecember 12, 1943
Death dateDecember 17, 1999
Place of deathMount Sinai Morningside Emergency Department Entrance, New York, United States
Place of burialN/A