Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Michael Jackson’s Artist In Singing Trio Brownstone Dies In Freak Accident

Charmayne Maxwell

Charmayne Maxwell, a member of the R&B female trio, Brownstone, who were recording artists signed to the late Michael Jackson’s record label MJJ Music and famous for the hit “If You Love Me” and the Eagles remake “I Can’t Tell You Why” died this past Friday in a freak accident.


According to TMZ, Maxwell fell in her home and cut her neck on glass after her son’s soccer game. Maxwell’s husband, music producer, Carsten Soulshock, who was a judge on Simon Cowell’s “X-Factor” and produced songs for Madonna, found the gruesome scene of his wife in the process of exsanguination. Maxwell died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Maxwell leaves behind her husband and a son.