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Steve Guthrie

I love this forum !

Paul Schwartzberg

January has already been bad, now Rachel Lee Nagy of Detroit Cobras can be added to the list:

John Cox

R Dean Taylor, Motown songwriter who had a hit of his own with “Indiana Wants Me,” passed away on Jan 7.

Phil Horneman

Saxophonist Ray Gaskins passed away on January 20th at the age of 62.

Phil Horneman

Soul singer Freddie Hughes (79) January 18

Phil Horneman

Singer and drummer Lew Kirton passed away January 22nd

John Cox

Sister Janet Mead who had a 1974 hit with her rock version of “The Lord’s Prayer” passed away Jan. 26

Jayne Hanley

Fredrick Johannson died of cancer January 25. Former guitarist for metal band Dark Tranquillity.

Charles Spellen

John Cox

Kerry Chater, member of the Union Gap and successful Nashville songwriter, passed away Feb. 4.


How can you miss Gary Brooker from Procol Harum Died Febr 19

Phil Horneman

Passed away on Feb 19

Phil Horneman

Jamal Edwards passed away on Feb 20th


Keaton Pierce, lead singer of Too Close to Toych, around about March 26. His vocals were insane. Surprised he didn't grab more attention with his passing


*Too Close To Touch. Apologies. Big fingers, small keyboard.


Tommy Tausis died 30 March. Drummer for Swedish Tages And Spotnicks


Lennart "lelle" Hegland of Hep Stars Died 13 April Benny Anderssons 60s group.

Antonio Carvalho

David Freel, vocalist, guitarist, lead and founding member of Swell, died at 64. Their 90s albums are still amazing.
Born January 31th, 1958, died April 12th.


You missed Glenn Wheatley who passed away on 1st February 2022 with COVID. Wheatley was the bass player in Masters Apprentice and later became manager for Little River Band, John Farnham and Delta Goodrem.


I hope whoever keeps up this page didnt die :`(

s polk

Vangelis doesn't get a "yellow banner"? VANGELIS!


Please add Magdalena Silvestra, a UK based trance singer, songwriter and the owner of the Verse Recordings Label. Cause of death: pancreatic cancer.


Name correction: it is Magdalen Silvestra. Sorry for the typo. SHe passed around June, 11th.

Charlie Floyd

Max Baker, a founding member and lead guitarist of the St. Louis classic rock band, “Mama’s Pride”, passed away on March 26, 2022. He and brothers, Pat & Danny Liston, formed the band in the early ‘70’s and remain a vital part of the St. Louis music scene to this day, nearly 50 years later. Their song, “Blue Mist”, (written by Pat Liston and appearing on their self-titled, debut album) was voted the #1 KSHE Classic in a listener’s poll by KSHE 94.7 in St. Louis, topping the list, which included songs by Pink Floyd, The Grateful Dead, Derek & The Dominos, Santana, Black Sabbath, Rush, Deep Purple, Ted Nugent, REO Speedwagon, Elton John, Kansas, The Allman Brothers, Neil Young, Steely Dan, Yes, Peter Frampton, Meatloaf and numerous other higher-profile artists of both national and international fame. After opening a couple of shows for “Lynyrd Skynyrd”, during the early part of their 1977 tour supporting the “Street Survivors” album, Pat Liston was approached by Ronnie Van Zant and informed that he was interested in producing the next “Mama’s Pride” album. Unfortunately, Ronnie was killed in the plane crash that also took the lives of Steve & Cassie Gaines, as well as severely injuring other members of “Lynyrd Skynyrd”. Had that tragedy not occurred, “Mama’s Pride” may well have become a much more recognized band with the release of their third album, which would have potentially been produced by Ronnie Van Zant.


Exactly !!!!!!!*

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