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BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY - AFRO-SIERRA LEONEAN " OLOH ISRAEL OLUFEMI COLE " BETTER KNOWN AS Dr OLOH - WAS A SIERRA LEONEAN AFRO-POP AND JAZZ MUSICIAN - GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "

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Dr. Oloh
Dr. Oloh
Birth name Oloh Israel Olufemi Cole
Also known as Dr. Oloh
Born March 20, 1944
Leicester, Sierra LeoneDr. Oloh
Dr. Oloh
Birth name Oloh Israel Olufemi Cole
Also known as Dr. Oloh
Born March 20, 1944
Leicester, Sierra Leone
Died October 13, 2007
Genres afropop, jazz
Israel Olorunfeh Cole (March 20, 1944 - October 13, 2007) [1][2] better known by his stage name Dr. Oloh was a Sierra Leonean afropop and Jazz musician. Dr Oloh is widely considered as one of the biggest musicians from Sierra Leone. His hit singles were very popular in Sierra Leone in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s.

Early life and career
Israel Olorunfeh Cole, commonly known as Dr. Oloh was born on March 20, 1944 in the mountain village of Leicester, near Freetown in the Western Area of Sierra Leone to a Nigerian mother and a Creole father. He led a band known as Milo Jazz. He was awarded the OR (Order of Rokel) by the Sierra Leonean Government in 1989. Oloh and his band toured the United Kingdom a couple of times.

He died on October 13, 2007 after a short illness.Dr. Oloh
Dr. Oloh
Birth name Oloh Israel Olufemi Cole
Also known as Dr. Oloh
Born March 20, 1944
Leicester, Sierra Leone
Died October 13, 2007
Genres afropop, jazz
Israel Olorunfeh Cole (March 20, 1944 - October 13, 2007) [1][2] better known by his stage name Dr. Oloh was a Sierra Leonean afropop and Jazz musician. Dr Oloh is widely considered as one of the biggest musicians from Sierra Leone. His hit singles were very popular in Sierra Leone in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s.

Early life and career
Israel Olorunfeh Cole, commonly known as Dr. Oloh was born on March 20, 1944 in the mountain village of Leicester, near Freetown in the Western Area of Sierra Leone to a Nigerian mother and a Creole father. He led a band known as Milo Jazz. He was awarded the OR (Order of Rokel) by the Sierra Leonean Government in 1989. Oloh and his band toured the United Kingdom a couple of times.

He died on October 13, 2007 after a short illness.
Died October 13, 2007
Genres afropop, jazz
Israel Olorunfeh Cole (March 20, 1944 - October 13, 2007) [1][2] better known by his stage name Dr. Oloh was a Sierra Leonean afropop and Jazz musician. Dr Oloh is widely considered as one of the biggest musicians from Sierra Leone. His hit singles were very popular in Sierra Leone in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s.

Early life and career
Israel Olorunfeh Cole, commonly known as Dr. Oloh was born on March 20, 1944 in the mountain village of Leicester, near Freetown in the Western Area of Sierra Leone to a Nigerian mother and a Creole father. He led a band known as Milo Jazz. He was awarded the OR (Order of Rokel) by the Sierra Leonean Government in 1989. Oloh and his band toured the United Kingdom a couple of times.

He died on October 13, 2007 after a short illness.