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RIP! How Did Harvey Jett Die? Black Oak Arkansas Guitarist Dies Aged 73


We are saddened to report the sudden death of the former and original lead guitarist Harvey Jett. It is reported that the guitarist took his last breath on December 21, 2022. He was 73 years old at the time of his passing. Tributes for the veteran musician have poured in on social media. His fans and well-wishers are expressing their sadness about his passing and are taking to social media to share heartfelt tributes and posts. Besides, people are also curious to know about his cause of death. Read the article below for more details.

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How Did Harvey Jett Die?

According to reports, Harvey Jett died peacefully at his home. In his final moments, he was surrounded by his loved ones and that is the most important thing for anyone taking their last breath, to see the people they had spent their entire life with and showered their love upon. However, Harvey’s cause of death has not been revealed at this moment. His family is grieving his unfortunate passing and has requested the fans and his well-wishers for privacy at this difficult time. Due to this reason, how did the guitarist die and what happened to him is unknown.

Who Was Harvey Jett?

Sources confirm that Harvey Jett was the original lead guitarist for the band named Black Oak Arkansas. Born pm February 17, 1949, in Jonesboro, Arkansas, he was also a congregant of Madisonville’s Victory Church. Apart from playing guitar and being involved in musical activities, he loved fishing while he also was very passionate about music which somehow reflected in him. Harvey was the first lead guitarist for Black Oak Arkansas.

As Black Oak Arkansas’ primary guitarist, Harvey Jett toured the world with the group, helping to establish them as one of rock’s most well-known acts ever. Nevertheless, Harvey Jett made the decision to abandon everything and commit his life to Jesus one evening following a concert in St. Louis, Missouri. We may now listen to the music that Harvey continues to produce on his CD “Eagles Flight” as a result.

In the early 1970s (I want to say closer to 1971), a group of guys with a sound unlike anything I had ever heard came from the backwoods of Arkansas. They included three guitars, an incredible bass, and drums. Needless to say, in his musical career, he achieved several milestones. Now, his death has shattered many hearts. Keep following Social Telecast for more such updates and the latest news.


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