Bunny “Rugs” Clarke

Jamaican reggae artist William Clarke. Born 6 February 1948. Died 2 February 2014
Bunny “Rugs” Clarke
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1948-02-06
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Bunny “Rugs” Clarke

Bunny “Rugs” Clarke Biography (Wikipedia)

William Alexander Anthony "Bunny Rugs" Clarke OD (6 February 1948 – 2 February 2014), also known as Bunny Scott, was the lead singer of Jamaican reggae band Third World as well as recording as a solo artist. He began his career in the mid-1960s and was also at one time a member of Inner Circle and half of the duo Bunny & Ricky.

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Tribute To Ruggs (feat. Bunny “Rugs” Clarke)
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Tribute To Ruggs (feat. Bunny “Rugs” Clarke)
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The Girl From Hiroshima
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The Girl From Hiroshima
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To Love Somebody
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To Love Somebody
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