Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Biography
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas is well known for being the wife of Dennis Thomas, Thomas was the alto sax, flutist, and percussionist. He served as the emcee at the band’s shows and his last appearance with the group was on July 4 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. He died at the age of 70 onAugust 8, 2021.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Age
Her age is not available as of now, research is ongoing and this information will be updated soon. She is in her mid 60s.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Education
She has not disclosed information on where she attended High School or College/ University. This information will however be updated as soon as it is available.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Family
She was born and raised in the United State. However, she has not revealed information regarding her family members, this information is currently under review and will be updated soon.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Husband
Saunders was happily married to Dennis Thomas, who died peacefully in his sleep Saturday in New Jersey, where he was a resident of Montclair, according to a statement from his representative. He died at the age of 70 years old.
Dennis Thomas Cause of death
Dennis Thomas died peacefully in his sleep Saturday in New Jersey, where he was a resident of Montclair, according to a statement from his representative. He died at the age of 70 years old.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Children
Saunders and Thomas are blessed with three children, daughter Tuesday Rankin and sons David Thomas and Devin Thomas.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Height
She stands on an average height of 5 Ft6 inches.
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Career
Thomas, who was the founding member of the long-running soul-funk band Kool & the Gang known for such hits as “Celebration” and “Get Down On It,”
In addition, he was also the alto sax player, flutist, and percussionist. He served as master of ceremonies at the band’s shows. His appearance with the group was July Fourth at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
He was well known for his prologue on the band’s 1971 hit, “Who’s Gonna Take the Weight.” Known for his hip clothes and hats, furthermore, he was also the group’s wardrobe stylist. In the early days, and served as their “budget hawk,” carrying their earnings in a paper bag stuffed into the bell of his horn, the statement said.
Seven teen friends created the group’s unique blend of jazz, soul, and funk, at first calling themselves the Jazziacs, in 1964. They went through several iterations before settling on Kool & the Gang in 1969. The group’s other founders are brothers Ronald and Robert Bell, George Brown, Ricky Westfield, and Charles Smith, and Spike Mickens.
The band had received two Grammy Awards and seven American Music Awards. In 2014, they were privileged and honored with a Soul Train Lifetime Achievement Award. Their music is heavily sampled and featured on film soundtracks, including those for “Rocky,” “Saturday Night Fever” and “Pulp Fiction.”
Phynjuar Saunders Thomas Salary/Net Worth
Saunders earns an annual salary ranging between $ 56,000 – $ 135,500 and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $ 5 Million dollars.
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