Condolence & Memory Journal


Never forgotten; greatly missed!

Posted by Sandra Bisel - Fredericksburg, VA   December 13, 2020


Sadly missed.Happy to have lived in his moments of time.A shooting star in the night.

Posted by don hayner - palm harbor, FL - Friend   June 16, 2016

A big fan . so happy I saw Errol - Brown in manchester 2014 . OUTStANDING. RIP. X

Posted by Jane Allinson - Egland - No   September 25, 2015

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Posted by Patrick - 8hOeWNjv7cw, IN - QIfW8Ago6OY   September 12, 2015

Dear Errol RIP your music will stay alive.

Posted by marcel Bos - Heemstede - fan   June 12, 2015

To Errol's wife and daughters, you had a lovely dad as evident by the way you all are such genuine sincere people. I grieve with you all and hope as time goes by it will be easier for you, gone but never forgotten and you all are a little piece of him left on this earth. Now you have another angel looking out for you up there. With love and wishes of peace of mind to you all.

Posted by Susan - Bahamas - friend, employee   June 03, 2015

Truly someone who had an unique voice, much sympathy to the family, friends and fans all over. May Rev. 21:4 offer you some comfort during this very difficult days.

Posted by C.B.    May 27, 2015

The music of the lovely Errol Brown will live on. A big part of my life in my twenties. His voice and style will not be matched. Sincere condolences to his family.

Posted by Jenny - Canonbie - Fan   May 19, 2015

My sincere condolences to Ginette and Errol's two beautiful daughters. May the Lord comfort your hearts, keep and sustain you. I've enjoyed the music of Hot Chocolate over the years. "Love is Life", "Emma", "A Child's Prayer", "The Street",.....amongst others were my favorites back then!
Ecclesiastes 3:1

Posted by Michael A    May 19, 2015

Rip Errol Pauline McCormick huyton

Posted by pauline - metseydide, GA - fan   May 16, 2015

A fantastic artist of stage and studio, who captured great social meaning in many of his songs, such as the wickedness of Rumours, the two way racism of Brother Louie and the much forgotten Mindless Boogie about the Jonestown massacre. A true pop-funk-soul legend!!

Posted by Coup - Scotland, AL - An avid Choc fan.   May 16, 2015


Will miss this lovely charismatic gentleman ! His amazing voice and beautiful songs will always be with me ! RIP . Love to your family xx

Posted by sandra webber - manchester - been a fan from the start   May 14, 2015

The world of music has lost an icon but will never be forgotten and will always command a special place in my heart. His inimitable style of music and vocals over the years with such greats as 'You sexy thing' sure to fill any dance-floor, 'Everyone's a winner', 'It started with a kiss', 'So you win again' and 'I'll put you together again', to mention but a few of the upbeat funky tunes and soulful ballads. I too had the pleasure of seeing Errol Brown perform his very last show on his 2009 tour at the Symphony Hall, Birmingham and many more before that as a solo artist and with Hot Chocolate. Not one song that I do not have in my collection. I had the great pleasure of meeting Errol on 10th November 2000 after a show at Sheffield City Hall, what a guy, it was very humbling. The news of Errol's passing was total shock and disbelief, it has left an irreparable hole in my world of music, but his music will live on through generations. Thank you Errol and God bless. Graham Day; number one fan, Coventry (formerly of Shirley, Solihull)

Posted by Graham Day - Coventry - Number one fan   May 12, 2015


Posted by Stijn    May 11, 2015

I am so saddened by the death of Errol I saw him last at the lowery Salford every woman in the audience was in love with him ! I adored him, his music and his voice since the first time I heard him I am 68 and he was still sexy at 71 rest in peace you beautiful man

Posted by Carol Lyle - manchester uk - fan   May 09, 2015

From Radio One Club 1970 fantastic man and music. My colouring book.

Posted by Paul Patterson - uk - massive fan   May 08, 2015

I have loved Errol since I first heard Brother Louie in 1973. I have met him on a few occasions, the last time after his Farewell concert at The Sage in Gateshead. He was a beautiful man and was always so friendly and polite. A real gentleman. People I haven't spoken to in years have been in touch to offer their condolences. Everyone knows how much I worshipped him. The world will be a sad place without him but he will always be in my heart. RIP Errol You Sexy Thing XX

Posted by Christine Ferguson - Newcastle upon Tyne - fan   May 08, 2015


Posted by PAT WOODS - Atlanta, GA - none   May 07, 2015

Errol provided the soundtrack to my life growing up and great nights enjoying life dancing in disco's. My family and I loved him and his fantastic voice and music. My sister and I always remembered how charismatic, friendly and gorgeous he was when we happened to be in Liberty's Nightclub in Birmingham once when he was there relaxing with a group of friends. We have seen him several times and were especially fortunate to enjoy his last performance on his Farewell Tour in 2009 at The Symphony Hall Birmingham when he sang beautifully and made an emotional farewell on stage with his wife and two daughters. Feeling really sad at his loss. RIP Errol and thank you so much for your fabulous music and all the memories xxx

Posted by Carol Bullimore - Solihull West Midlands UK - Fan   May 07, 2015