Jet Black, the founder of punk rock band The Stranglers, has died on Tuesday December 6, 2022. at his North Wales home. After years of illness, he died. His representative confirmed his peaceful death. According to the representative, the singer had been suffering from ill health for years that eventually led to his death. According to his representative, This article will explain what happened to him, and what his cause of death was. You can find all the details in this article.
How Did Jet Black Die?
Jet Black was suffering with a prolonged illness. Jet Black died on Tuesday, despite having received the best treatment. Social media has seen a flood of tributes for the drummer since the announcement. All of his friends and family are expressing their sorrow at his passing. Jet Black’s tragic death has left everyone stunned. The cause of his death has not yet been disclosed and is currently unknown. You can read the full article to find out more about Jet Black.
Who Jet Black?
Jet Black was born on August 26, 1938 in Ilford (UK), and his real name was Brian John Duffy. Jet Black was his only fame. He was an English drummer, and a founding member of The Stranglers (a punk rock/newwave band). Brian was with the Stranglers from 1974 to 2015.
He retired in 2018 after a long career. The band was founded in Guilford in 1974. The band became popular for songs like No More Heroes and Always The Sun and the Peaches. The group went on to have 23 top singles and 19 top-40 albums.
Jet Black had a fleet of icecream vans that he used to travel the UK before joining the band. In addition, he owned an off license. Everything was perfect until 1980, when Stranglers were detained because they incited a riot. In briefing the incident, the drummer wrote two books.
According to reports Brian Johns has suffered from respiratory problems since he was a young child. Social media was the first to report the story. The entire music industry responded and left him heartfelt condolences. It is saddening to learn of his death from his fans. He is survived by his wife Ava and their children Charlotte, Anthony.
He also owned a Guildford off-licence. He was also a passionate supporter of all things rock and roll. He was also the founder of one of the first home-brewing equipment companies. His wife Ava and his two children, Charlotte (and Anthony) are still with him.
From his youth, he had suffered from heart and respiratory problems. Because of his poor health, he stopped driving in 2007. He was able to get back on the road in 2010, after his health had improved. He returned for a full tour in 2011, as well. He took the band on tour in 2016 to commemorate the 40th anniversary their classic album.
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