Ronal Bell, the co-founder of Kool and The Gang, had died at the age of 68. A representative singer has said. He died on Wednesday in US Virgin Islands at his home along his wife seated aside.
The cause of death has been not yet revealed, but the news was confirmed with his wife and agent Tia Sinclair. Ronaldo co-founded the band in new jersey in the yar 1964 and had also written some of the best songs of the group which includes Cherish, Jungle Boogie, staple Celebration, and Summer Madness.
The band was counted in one of the biggest bands in the 1970s and also won the Grammy in the year 1978 for their hard work on the Saturday night Fever track.
The kool and the gang were also honored in 2015 by the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a star.
Ronaldo sang many songs alongside Curtis Williams, Shawn McQuiller, Timothy Horton, Louis Taylor, Amir Bayyan, Dennis Thomas, George Brown and he was a member of the group in 1964.