Tributes paid to Sharon Jones

The soul singer has died, aged 60

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Tributes have been paid to Sharon Jones, the soul singer who died on November 18 aged 60.

An official statement read:

“We are deeply saddened to share the news that Sharon Jones has passed away after a heroic battle against pancreatic cancer. She was surrounded by her loved ones, including the Dap-Kings.

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“Thank you for your prayers and thoughts during this difficult time.

“In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the following organizations:

The Lustgarten Foundation

James Brown Family Foundation

Little Kids Rock

Additional memorial details will follow soon.”

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Meanwhile, tributes have been paid from fellow musicians including Leon Bridges, Nile Rodgers, Jason Isbell, Okkervil River and Questlove.

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Thank You Sharon. Thank You. #2016

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