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RIP Greg Allman, from one of my all time fav band.
RIP Chester Bennington, I had some good memories singing the Hybrid Theory album in it's entirety setting up for a music festival, the entire crowd knew all the lyrics and sang along as we waited for the concert to start.
Rest in Peace Mr. Jerry Lewis...The Three Stooges, Abbott & Costello, and Lewis & Martin provided the laughter of my early childhood...I haven't watched a Jerry Lewis movie in decades but it make me sad just knowing that he is no longer in the world....
RIP Walter Becker, co-founder of the great band Steely Dan.
Thanks for al the music. RIP Walter Becker.
Rest In Peace Walter Becker of Steely Dan...you guys made some great music that will live forever! Truer words could not be spoken than the post below...
RIP Walter Becker. the devil was always in the detail.
Tom Petty, a much underrated song writer...rest-in-peace. He once said, "Music is the only real magic I've encountered in my life. It's pure and it's real, it moves and it heals."
I saw the Heartbreakers in concert six times. Also saw Mudcrutch. Tom Petty was the only artist who could make me feel that communal rocknroll feeling that I remembered from my college days. R.I.P. Tom Petty.
Rest-in-Peace Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip. Honestly, I have never followed The Tragically Hip, but after seeing a news feature about him and the band on CBS, I now realize how extremely loved and popular he was and they are around the world. However these most sincere condolences are offered most particularly for our Canadian neighbors and friends who held Downie and the band in especially high esteem. Obviously, Gord Downie was deeply loved and respected, a well earned status indeed.
Rest-In-Peace Fat's Domino..."Architect of Rock 'n' Roll"
RIP Malcolm Young AC/DC.
One of the best opening riffs ever recorded;
One more for old times sake;
Heaven is rockin' today baby! RIP Malcolm Young
Heard his passing on the radio yesterday, RIP Malcolm.