Bon Jovi co-founder Alec John Such dies
TMZ: Bon Jovi co-founder Alec John Such dies at 71
Bon Jovi co-founder and bassist Alec John Such died at the age of 71. TMZ reports it. The musician's cause of death was not specified.
Alec Such played with Bon Jovi from 1983 to 1994. He contributed to such hits as "Livin' On a Prayer," "You Give Love a Bad Name," "Wanted Dead or Alive," "Bad Medicine," and "Keep the Faith." Such was reunited with the band at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Hugh replaces John McDonald; he briefly rejoined the band in 2018 for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
He said that when John Bon Jovi called me and asked me to join his band, I soon learned how serious he was, and he had a vision that he wanted to bring to us. ۔ And I'm glad to be part of that vision.
On May 26, it became known about the death of Andy Fletcher, one of the founders of the British band Depeche Mode. The keyboardist died at the age of 60.
Depeche Mode founding member Andy Fletcher died at the age of 60. Members of the group expressed condolences to the relatives of the deceased.
"We are shocked and filled with sadness at the untimely death of our dear friend, family member, and colleague.
Fletcher had a real heart of gold, and he was always there when you needed support, conversation, and a good laugh.
Our hearts go out to his family during this difficult time." In the late 1970s, Andy Fletcher and his school friend Vince Clarke formed No Romance's musical group in China. In 1980, the bass player met Martin Gore.
The trio transformed into a new group, Composition of Sound. After David Gahan joined them, the band became known as Depeche Mode. The cause of death of the musician-keyboardist is not disclosed.