Baxter Wareham Death – Popular singer and songwriter, Baxter Wareham has passed away. Baxter Wareham died on the 14th of January 2023 from unknown causes. Baxter was recognized as one of the most influential traditional music heroes and symbols in Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador for a number of decades. He was born and raised in the province. He was an exceptional human being. The cause of death and manner of death of Baxter Wareham was not mentioned to the public at the time of this publication.
Who was Baxter Wareham?
Baxter Wareham was born and raised in the neighborhood of Hr. Buffett, which is situated on Long Island and was refounded in the late 1960s. The neighborhood was named after Baxter’s grandfather. The audience is kept entertained throughout with a combination of songs, tales, and instrumental music. During the course of his extensive career, he took part in many different events and festivals across the globe, including those held in Japan, Europe, and the United States.
In the past, Baxter participated in the music scene as a member of a few distinct bands, such as Bristol’s Hope, the Wareham Brothers, and the Breakwater Boys. In addition to that, he did a lot of touring and played with a well-known fiddler by the name of Rufus Guinchard. Baxter spent the better part of three decades as an educator in the secondary school setting.
Following his retirement from the teaching profession, he took a job as the captain of a pilot boat operating out of Arnold’s Cove, which is also the location of his current home. John Drakes wrote a heartfelt tribute on Facebook to Baxter. The post says; ‘Baxter Wareham, another great musician/songwriter gone too soon. One of his beautiful songs he wrote was Towards the Sunset. He added saying, ‘Condolences to his family…R.I.P.’
Details for visitation and funeral service haven’t been finalized at this time but updates will be made as they are available.
Baxter Wareham obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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