Who is Allen Toussaint and How He Died? – Allen Toussaint was a popular American musician, songwriter, composer and record producer, who died on November 10, 2015 at the age of 77. He suffered a heart attack at his hotel and was pronounced dead on his arrival at hospital. He is survived by his two children, including son Clarence and daughter Alison, and by several grandchildren. He is best known for “Working in the Coal Mine”, “Ride Your Pony”, “Fortune Teller”, “Play Something Sweet”, “Southern Nights”, “Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky”, “I’ll Take a Melody”, “Get Out of My Life, Woman” and “Mother-in-Law”. Get here complete information about Allen Toussaint Bio and Life.
Who is Allen Toussaint and How He Died?
Allen Toussaint Bio
Allen Toussaint Bio:
He was born on January 14, 1938 and grew up in a shotgun house in the New Orleans neighborhood of Gert Town. Toussaint was introduced to a group of local musicians who performed regularly at a night club on LaSalle street Uptown; they were known as the Dew Drop Set.  He initially recorded for RCA Victor as Al Tousan and recorded an album of instrumentals, including the song “Java”, which became a #1 hit for Al Hirt in 1964.
Allen Toussaint Biodata:
Name: Allen Toussaint
Occupation: Musician, Songwriter, Producer
Born: January 14, 1938
From: Gert Town, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States