Jamaican music stars died at age 69

Here are 1 famous musicians from Jamaica died at 69:

Trevor Rhone

Trevor Rhone (March 24, 1940 Kingston-September 15, 2009 Kingston) a.k.a. Trevor Rhone or Trevor D. Rhone was a Jamaican writer and playwright.

Rhone was a prolific writer and is best known for his plays, including "Old Story Time," "Two Can Play," and "Smile Orange," which was adapted into a successful film in 1976. He also worked in film as a screenwriter, co-writing the screenplay for the 1990 movie "The Mighty Quinn." Rhone was a recipient of the Silver Musgrave Medal in 1983 for his contributions to Jamaican theater and was posthumously awarded the Order of Jamaica in 2011 for his contributions to Jamaican culture. Rhone's works continue to be performed and studied in Jamaica and around the world.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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