The Jamaican-American reggae artist died in December after catching what appeared to be a common cold.
The musician joined The Wailers in 1974 and contributed to some of its most beloved songs.
A Texas native, Nash was one of the first non-Jamaicans to record reggae and worked with Bob Marley early in his career.
The Toots & the Maytals frontman had been in a medically-induced coma at a hospital in Kingston, Jamaica, since earlier this month.
As lead singer for Toots and the Maytals, Hibbert is known for classic songs such as “Pressure Drop,” “54-46 Is My Number” and “Monkey Man.”
Comedian Jerry Lewis died Sunday. Singer Jerry Lee Lewis did not.