Walter Nita Wiki – Walter Nita Biography
Walter Nita was a Dutch Singer, Musician, painter, and entertainer. He died on Tuesday at the age of 69. He was best known to the general public for (Top 40) hits such as ‘Cantara Pepe’ (1981) with The Press and solo with songs ‘Boogie on the bebop’ (1983) and ‘Ela Ela’ from 1982.
Walter Nita Age
He has died at the age of 69.
He is known for bands such as The Walkers, The Chaplin Band, The Press, The Run, and Underberg. He celebrated his greatest successes with the follow-up to The Walkers: The Press. ‘I’m gonna shoot the Dee-Jay’ reached 15th place in the Single Top 100 in 1980. ‘Cantara Pepe’ made it to a number 8 chart in 1981. With his distinctive voice, Walter Nita left his own mark on the Limburg pop sound of the 1980s. His dress in flamboyant white costumes earned him the nickname ‘The White Madness’.
Death and Cause
The Maastricht singer Walter Nita passed away on Tuesday morning. He is known for bands such as The Walkers, The Chaplin Band, The Press, The Run, and Underberg. In the 80’s Nita had some solo hits like ‘Boogie on the bebop’.