Dr.-John-Obituary

Dr. John

Nov 20, 1941 – Jun 6, 2019 (Age 77)

Obituary

Dr. John was a legendary New Orleans singer and musician who was known for his lively voodoo themed stage shows where he took on the persona of "the Nite Tripper." For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Dr.John, What a fabulous entertainer you were,Loved Litiney of the Saints.Rest in peace
Marla

May God have mercy on your soul, and I Love You My Brother, God Bless You Man and may U Rest In Peace, see ya later Mac

I remember him when we were classmates in our freshman year at Jesuit High in 1955.

Expressing my heartfelt condolences on the
loss of your love one,may the God of comfort
be with you during this time of deep sorrow

Dr John..a superb producer..i loved New Orleans..and was there a few times..before Katrina..
Best Spirit to his memory......................................................................................................................

Such a Night.
A legend New Orleans will remember forever. Thanks for the great music. RIP

I've been a fan of Dr. John since I heard the song... Such a Night. I loved his presence on stage. I'm 72 and had to paint him at his piano in Dr. John's style with his skull and accessories. The waterfall over the piano just appeared and I went it as he looks at the night sky, My style of Such a Night. RIP. A legend around the world.

I have been a fan of his since I was sixteen years old and now I am almost 67 yrs. old. His music has always inspired and delighted me and brought much joy into my life... My sincerest and deepest sympathy to his family and close friends...his music endures for us all.....

God bless you, Doc. You have provided me with many hours of entertainment. I actually met you checking into a hotel in Reno the night before you played there. You didnt have a Sharpie and I had nothing to write on but you signed our concert tickets and was very kind to do so. You are already missed.

Dear Family of Dr John,
I have met and seen Dr John several times throughout my life. Every one was an experience to remember. I am so so sorry! He enriched the world.