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Daniels died Monday morning (July 6) at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tennessee. Doctors determined the cause of death was a hemorrhagic stroke.
“He went out the way he lived: embracing reality.” – Wynton Marsalis
“Lost my buddy about 9 p.m. Tonight. The last of the old school boogie woogie players Mr. Henry gray rest in peace.” – Kenny Neal
The brawny guitar and absolute soul-wrenching vocals of Otis Rush will forever fill the halls of blues titans past, as well as Earth-bound fans for generations.
One of the greatest sidemen in the history of blues music, Matt “Guitar” Murphy died last night. He was 88.
A soft-spoken, witty man, Clearwater transformed into a firebrand on stage. His flamboyant, colorful performances and mild-mannered offstage persona will be mourned and remembered by millions.
His jazz-influenced sax and adherence to various Eastern philosophies, were binding forces that garnered the Neville Brothers the love of their city, as well as a permanent closing spot at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
“RIP Chris Cornell. Incredibly talented, incredibly young, incredibly missed.” — Jimmy Page
“Today the world lost a great man. A man I would consider to be like a father. Someone who changed not only my life but the lives of so many. Thank you for everything you did, I wouldn’t be here if it were not for you.” – Colin Connors
Frosty arrived in Austin in the early 1980s, and set about making himself a household name in the Live Music Capital of the World.