The Foo Fighters family is crushed by the sad and less than ideal misfortune

Taylor Hawkins, long-term drummer for the Foo Fighters, has passed on while on visit in South America, as indicated by a stunning declaration posted by the band via virtual entertainment Friday evening.

No reason for death was given at press time; nearby media announced that Hawkins was observed dead in his lodging in Bogotá, Colombia, before the band was set to perform at the Estéreo Picnic Festival that evening. He was 50 years of age.

The Foo Fighters family is crushed by the sad and less than ideal loss of our darling Taylor Hawkins, the band’s assertion started.

His melodic soul and irresistible chuckling will live on with us all for eternity. Our hearts go out to his better half, kids and family, and we ask that their security be treated with the greatest possible level of regard in this impossibly troublesome time.

Upon the shocking insight about Hawkins’ abrupt passing, virtual entertainment was overwhelmed with accolades by his numerous popular fans and companions, including Ozzy Osbourne, Queen’s Brian May, Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Ringo Starr, and KISS’s Paul Stanley.

Oliver Taylor Hawkins was conceived Feb. 17, 1972, in Fort Worth, Texas, and he moved with his family to Laguna Beach, Calif., when he was 4 years of age.

Subsequent to playing in the Orange County prog-musical crew Sylvia, he stumbled upon the opportunity of a lifetime drumming for Canadian stone artist Sass Jordan.

Then, in June 1995, he turned into the drummer for Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill visit. In March 1997, he quit his place of employment with Morissette to join the Foo Fighters, not long after the arrival of the Foos’ second studio collection, The Color and the Shape.

Hawkins turned into a center individual from the Foo Fighters, drumming as well as singing and playing guitar and piano on different tracks, and co-composing on each Foos collection beginning with their third LP, There Is Nothing Left to Lose.

He additionally became Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl’s dearest companion. In Grohl’s 2021 self-portrayal The Storyteller, Grohl alluded to Hawkins his sibling from another mother, my dearest companion, a person for whom I would take a projectile and reviewed, Upon first gathering, our bond was quick, and we developed nearer with consistently, every tune, each note that we at any point played together.

We are totally intended to be, and I am appreciative that we saw as one another in this lifetime.

This previous eighteen months was a particularly active time for the Foo Fighters, with the arrival of their tenth collection Medicine at Midnight, Record Store Day disco covers assortment Hail Satin, and repulsiveness satire film Studio 666; their exhibition at President Joe Biden’s initiation festivity; and their enlistment into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021.

The Foos are named for three Grammys this year, and were booked to perform at the 64th yearly Grammy Awards service in Las Vegas on April 3.

In spite of the fact that Hawkins was most popular for his work with the Foo Fighters, he had a long and distinguished list of references.

DRUM! magazine put him on its rundown of the 60 Best Rock Drummers of All Time, and he was casted a ballot Best Rock Drummer generally speaking by the British drumming magazine Rhythm in 2005. One of Hawkins’ greatest early impacts, Stewart Copeland of the Police, once even said, Taylor is in that John Bonham school of drummer.