Jim Seals, half of the well-known soft-rock duet Seals and Crofts, died recently. He had reached the age of eighty.
Seal died on Monday, and multiple family members and friends confirmed his passing on social media.
Brady Seals, a former member of the country band Little Texas, broke the news to his cousin on social media Monday night.
Brady tweeted, with a photo of his late cousin, “I just learned that James ‘Jimmy’ Seals has gone.” “Ruby, his wife, and their children crush my heart. Please continue to pray for them. What a fantastic legacy he has left.”
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In 1969, Jim and fellow musician Darrell George “Dash” Crofts founded Seals and Crofts, and the duo published their self-titled debut album. Until their disbandment in 1980, the duo released 15 more albums together. They reformed on multiple occasions until releasing their final album, Traces, in 2004.
“Diamond Girl,” “Summer Breeze,” “We May Never Pass This Way (Again),” and “Get Closer” are among of the duo’s most well-known tracks.
Ruby, Jim’s wife, and their three children are his only survivors.