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Quindon Tarver, known for ‘American Idol’ and ‘Romeo + Juliet,’ dead at 38 after car accident – Fox News

Quindon Tarver, best known for singing in Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 “Romeo + Juliet” and Seasons 2 and 7 of “American Idol” is dead at age 38 after a car accident in…

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Quindon Tarver, best known for singing in Baz Luhrmanns 1996 “Romeo + Juliet” and Seasons 2 and 7 of “American Idol” is dead at age 38 after a car accident in Texas. 
The singers uncle, Willie Tarver, confirmed news of his death to The Daily Beast saying he was in an accident on a Texas highway last Thursday.  
“He had an accidentall we know is he had a wreck, crashed into a wall somewhere on George Bush

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