Singer Kenny Lynch's Kids Announce He Has Left The World At 81: "Bye Dad, We Will Love You Always!"

December 18, 2019

Singer Kenny Lynch has left the world at the age of 81 on Dec. 18, 2019. His prominent career as a singer, songwriter, actor, and stand-up comedian has spanned over five decades.

Kenny Lynch wrote music for many artists and even toured with the Beatles for two years in the early 1960s. He was the first person ever to record a Beatles song, Misery. The British presenter also started his showbusiness only at eight years old by performing in different shows and spent the rest of his life on a calm life full of charity.

The high-profile personality's children, Amy and Bobby, shared shattering news on social media, claiming their beloved father passed away. The statement reads:

Saddened to share this news with you all. Sadly our dad passed away in the early hours this morning. He will be remembered & missed by many. We would like to say a massive thank you to the NHS & the people at Sue Ryder for all their support. Bye Dad, we will love you always!

The cause of Kenny's death is unknown, and probably his family will decide to keep it under the hat for better times.

People sent warm condolences to the Lynch brood

Rest in peace and love, the legend! You'll be definitely remembered by so many.

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