Spike Lee who scored many of his son's early films, has died. He was 94. The filmmaker confirmed the news in an Instagram post, sharing a link to his father's obituary in.
According to, Lee died on Wednesday morning at his home in Brooklyn, New York. A notable musician in his own right, Lee composed the soundtracks for his son's films, including 1986's, 1988's, 1989's and 1990's.
The father-son duo eventually experienced a falling out in the early 1990s and parted ways professionally. In honoring his father on Wednesday, the director shared a series of beautiful black-and-white portraits along with the caption, «DEEDS NOT WORDS.» He also posted an image of the vinyl album cover art, and a photo of Lee with Bob Dylan. «My Father, BILL LEE Played Bass On BOB DYLAN'S Classic Song IT'S ALL OVER NOW,BABYBLUE On His Album BRINGING IT ALL HOME,» he wrote. «This Morning May 24th My Father Made His Transition.
Today Is Also The Birthdate Of BOB DYLAN. Today Is Also The Birthdate Of Jackson Lewis Lee Who Is The Son Of Tonya Lewis Lee And Me,Brother Of Satchel Lee,And The Grandson Of Daddy.Also Must Give Love To Our Sista TINA TURNER Who Left Us Today On This May 24th,2023.Read more on etonline.com