No cause of death has yet been reported. His mother, Marlyse, told Tri-City News that his family was understandably "devastated" by the loss, especially due to the coronavirus pandemic, because she could not be with her own parents because of social distancing restrictions.
The young star enjoyed playing guitar, soccer and listening to hip-hop. The Flash star Grant Gustin posted a sweet photo from the set with Williams on Instagramwriting in part, "Just hearing the devastating news that Logan Williams has passed away suddenly I was so impressed by not only Logan's talent but his professionalism on set. My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family during what is I'm sure an unimaginably difficult time for them. Please keep Logan and his family in your thoughts and prayers during what has been a strange and trying time for us all.
Sending love to everyone. My Lb. Life star James King died on April 3, He was 49 years old. While it was initially speculated that King may have passed away from coronavirus complications, his family told TMZ that King's "heart gave out" after he fell ill in early Februaryand that his liver and kidneys were failing due to his weight.
King previously battled other health issues, including cirrhosis of the liver and sepsis. He lived in Kentucky but was transferred to a hospital in Nashville, Tenn. King first appeared on My Lb. Life inclocking in at pounds. After his time on the series, King actually gained weight, and in his final followup appearance on the TLC reality series in summerhe weighed pounds. His weight left him bedridden and unable to care for his ailing father.
The Daily Mail reported that Dr. Nowzaradan, who treated King on the show, "called adult protective services on [King's] wife," Lisa, after he gained weight following treatment, accusing her of "sneaking him food" when he was supposed to be losing weight to prepare for gastric bypass surgery. After the incident, Dr. Nowzaradan refused to continue treating King.
Model and rapper Chynna died on April 8, from an accidental drug overdose, People reported. She was just 25 years old. Chynna, born Chynna Rogers, began modeling at age 14 when she got signed to the elite Ford Models agency. ByChynna was struggling with opiate addiction, though she got clean for a time in secret. She explained to Pitchfork that she hid her struggle from her fans for a reason before getting help.
And I just — I didn't want to lie. Comedian Vic Henley died on April 6, at 57 years old after suffering a pulmonary embolism days earlier, his niece announced on Facebook. Numerous other comedians expressed their sadness at the sudden loss of the funnyman, including Adam SandlerJim GaffiganLeslie Jonesand Mike Birbiglia.
One moving tribute came from Larry the Cable Guy, who tweeted"Vic Henley was one of the good guys. A smiling happy face in our world. For you that got to see him live you're lucky. The amount of venues he performed in around the country and being nominated 8 times for Comedian of the Year tells you a small amount of the respect he had in his industry of work," Henley's niece wrote.
His friends were also a part of his and our family. Last week, he was just telling me how much he loved his life.
He showed us all how much he loved us by how he showed up for each one of us every single day. Tarvaris Jackson, a former quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings, died on April 12,when he lost control of his Camaro and struck a tree near Montgomery, Ala.
He was just 36 years old, and is survived by wife Lakitta, sons Tyson and Tarvaris and daughter Takayla. Jackson was a Montgomery native. He played alongside Brett Favre, who said in a statement, "My time with the Vikings was very special because the team embraced and welcomed me as one of their own.
Tarvaris could have been anything but welcoming, but [instead he] was pure class and as good a teammate as any I've played with. Such sad news.
Jackson signed with the Seattle Seahawks as a free agent inthen went to the Buffalo Bills in before returning to the Seahawks in Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll tweeted"Tavaris Jackson was a beloved teammate, competitor, and Seahawk. He will be deeply missed. So heartbroken by the news of his passing and sending our condolences to his family and friends.
We love you forever. Mattingly was found after her loved ones called in a wellness check because they hadn't heard from her. As of this writing, officials have yet to determine Mattingly's cause of death, however, her siblings confirmed to the tab that she left a suicide note. Mattingly struggled with alcohol abuse for years but was reportedly trying to get back on the right path, even moving to Austin, Texas, to be closer to her family.
Unfortunately, she was still several hours away from her closest family members, and the social distancing rules for coronavirus reportedly took a toll on her mental health. Days before her death, Mattingly posted a video on Instagram via The Mirror from a hospital bed claiming that she'd vomited blood after drinking too much. Mattingly's sister, Christy Deweese, told Fox News that the model will be remembered for her "infectious spirit" and love of traveling, adding, "Anything she put her mind to, she conquered it all.
This got the best of her. It's hard because this isn't something we planned for. She was a good person and addiction can take down anything, so I ask for people to just be mindful. Ashley "Ms. Minnie" Ross died on April 27, after a hit and run accident. The Little Women Atlanta star was just 34 years old. Ross, who was born with dwarfism, had appeared on the Lifetime reality series since A Memories - African People (2) - Stop Pushing (Vinyl for Ross said in a statement to CNN that the star would be remembered for her "contagious smile" and that she was an advocate for women as well at St.
Jude Children's Research Hospital. Ross' co-star and friend, Amanda Salinas, paid a heartbreaking tribute to her late pal on Instagram, writing"As I'm writing this I'm in tears I can't believe it my Minnie!!!! Why did they take you away from us!!!! It always seems like we have all the time in the world, only to realize how fleeting it really is. I wish we had more time to do and say the things we saved for later which, along with you, is gone forever.
You were more than our best friend you were our big sister and still is!!! I still can't believe this man why man why!!!! My heart is broken. Rest In Peace my love. According to Peoplehe was 35; a cause of death has not yet been revealed, as of this writing. Jones' bandmate, Ronnie Radke, announced the news on social media in a series of tributes to his late friend. Jones was in both bands simultaneously until The metalcore band recorded seven albums since their inception.
Jones' bandmate Tyler Burgess wrote on Instagram"You introduced me to metal bands I've never heard of. You always had a special food spot every city we were in saved in your phone. I'm gonna miss all of it. Jones became engaged to longtime love Christina Cetta in She tragically lost her own battle to cancer in Novemberafter which Falling in Reverse canceled their remaining tour dates at the time.
Jones' final Instagram post from December was a throwback photo with Cetta, captioned, "The early days I miss you beyond belief. You were my best friend and everything more. Bloodjinn said in a statement, "We are extremely saddened today to find out that our great friend and former guitarist, Mckenzie Bell, has passed away," the band wrote in a statement on Facebook.
He was the king of all of the hot sauces. Seriously, his collection was insane. Bell was a member of He Is Legend before joining Bloodjinn. His former bandmates wrote on Facebook"Learning of McKenzie Bell's passing has left us all with heavy hearts. He truly was a one of a kind person.
We know that he touched many people's lives in the 35 years he was with us on this planet, and everyone's memories of him will live on forever. Our hearts go out to his friends and family, especially his loving mother. He had a very long, hard road to go down after his accident. We're hoping you finally have some peace, McKenzie.
Pour it out, boys. Motocross legend Marty Smith and his wife Nancy died in a tragic dune buggy accident on April 28, Marty was 63 years old.
Marty was pronounced dead at the scene, while Nancy was flown to a hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries from the accident. Smith's best friend, Lee Ramage, wrote on Facebook that he and his wife Tammi were in the buggy with the Smiths at the time of the crash. The Ramages suffered no injuries, and tried desperately to save the Smiths while awaiting first responders.
Pert TMZMarty went pro in when he was just 17 years old, winning the first-ever American Motorcyclist Association AMA cc National Motocross Championship, then retaining his title inand winning the cc championship in He retired from racing in but continued to work as a coach.
Grammy winning gospel singer Troy Sneed died from coronavirus complications at a Jacksonville, Fla. He traveled throughout the country performing with the former and appeared in the Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington film The Preacher's Wife with the group. Sneed was also a prolific songwriter and producer in the gospel music community. Gospel artist Brian Carn wrote on Instagram"What a mixer is to a microphone, and a microphone is to a voice, Troy Sneed was to my music career and so many others.
Troy has been the mastermind, producer, and ink pen behind so many of the gospel community's favorite and most popular songs. We will miss him in the earth, but we are strengthened in the word of God. Keep his wife, family, friends and everyone who was blessed by his music in prayer! He was 64 years old. Keough's ex-wife, RHOC star Jeana Keough, told Hollywood Life that the baseball great passed away from a pulmonary embolism while having lunch at home with his girlfriend.
Jeana said Matt's death came as a shock, because there was "no family history" of the condition and he was otherwise healthy and active. Matt and Jeana Memories - African People (2) - Stop Pushing (Vinyl married from tobut still filmed RHOC while living together despite not being a couple anymore. Matt pitched for the Oakland A's for seven seasons and also played for the St.
Matt's personal life was at times troubled. He had two DUIs, one for which he was charged with two felonies. His second DUI saw him sentenced with a year in jail; TMZ reports that Jeana testified on his behalf to seek leniency and request probation instead even though the couple was no longer together at the time.
Tragically, Matt's death came just weeks after his and Jeana's daughter Kara lost a son during childbirth. Matt is survived by girlfriend Claudia, daughter Kara, and sons Shane and Colton. Singer Cady Groves died on May 2, at just 30 years old. Her cause of death hasn't been reported, as of this writing, but her brother Cody posted on social media that Cady had been struggling with medical problems leading up to her passing and that she likely died from natural causes pending an autopsy.
Two of Groves' older brothers, Kelly and Casey, each died at 28 from prescription drug abuse, The Oklahoman previously reported. Kansas native Cady graduated with a culinary arts degree before pursuing a music career, releasing her first EP, A Month of Sundaysinfollowed by The Life of a Pirate a year later.
A rep for Cady told People that the late songwriter would "want people to know she loved music, laughter, cooking, tacos and, especially, her family. Harrell began his career as one half of rap duo Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde in the s before pursuing the business leg of music, working with Russell Simmons at Def Jam Records. Sure, and Mary J.
Diddy wrote, in part, on Instagram of his late friend and business partner, "I honestly still can't believe it. I've got to give myself the reality of this in doses. Because I can't even handle this. I hope to God that you are all blessed to have someone in your life that loves you and believes in you like this man believed in me I'm going to miss him so much.
She was 66 years old. Born Bessie Regina Morris in Miami inWright Memories - African People (2) - Stop Pushing (Vinyl her biggest hit LP when she was just 18 years old and recorded when she was just 17 with "Clean Up Woman," a hit that would later be sampled by Afrika Bambaataa and Sublime.
Her hit "Mother Wit" went gold, making it the first time a female African American artist achieved the certification on her own record label; "No Pain" from the same album cemented the saying that's so common today. Wright's legacy continued into the s and s, with a recorded collaboration with Lil Wayne that was unfortunately scrapped for legal reasons and a stint as a vocal coach on Making The Band.
Wright also had a prolific vocal production careerworking with artists including Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, and Joss Stone earning a Grammy nod for her work with Stone. He was a passenger in a car with Ink Master star Daniel Silva, who was hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries.
Because of the band's inexperience in the studio, Parry and engineer Mike Hedges took control of the recording. There were criticisms made that it was very lightweight, and I thought they were justified.
Even when we'd made it, I wanted to do something that I thought LP more substance to it. The tour saw Smith pull double-duty each night by performing with the Cure and as the guitarist with the Banshees when John McKay quit the group in Aberdeen. It was so different to what we were doing with the Cure.
Being a Banshee really changed my attitude to what I was doing. Soon afterwards, Dempsey was dropped from the band because of his cold reception to material Smith had written for the upcoming album. The Associates toured as support band for the Cure and the Passions on the Future Pastimes Tour of England between November and December—all three bands were on the Fiction Records roster—with the new Cure line-up already performing a number of new songs for the projected second album.
Due to the band's lack of creative control on the first album, Smith exerted a greater influence on the recording of the Cure's second album Seventeen Secondswhich he co-produced with Mike Hedges. A single from the album, " A Forest ", became the band's first UK hit single, reaching number 31 on the singles chart.
And it seemed like we were trying to be more obscure. We just didn't like the standard rock thing. The whole thing really got out of hand. The Cure set out on their first world tour to promote both releases. At the end of the tour, Matthieu Hartley left the band.
Hartley said, "I realised that the group was heading towards suicidal, sombre music—the sort of thing that didn't interest me at all. The band reconvened with Hedges to produce their third album, Faithwhich furthered the dour mood present on Seventeen Seconds.
By this point, the sombre mood of the music had a profound effect on the attitude of the band and they were "stuck in a ghoulish rut". Sometimes Smith would be so absorbed by the persona he projected onstage he would leave at the end in tears. In the Cure recorded and released Pornographythe third and final album of an "oppressively dispirited" trio that cemented the Cure's stature as purveyors of the emerging gothic rock genre.
But it had nothing to do with the group, it just had to do with what I was like, my age and things. I think I got to my worst round about Pornography. Looking back and getting other people's opinions of what went on, I was a pretty monstrous sort of person at that time".
The release of Pornography was followed by the Fourteen Explicit Moments tour, where the band finally dropped the anti-image angle and first adopted their signature look of big, towering hair and smeared lipstick on their faces. Gallup and Smith did not talk to each other for eighteen months following his departure.
With Gallup's departure from the Cure and Smith's work with Siouxsie and the Banshees, rumours spread that the Cure had broken up. I've been pondering that question myself [ I know that. Parry was concerned at the state of his label's top band, and became convinced that the solution was for the Cure to reinvent its musical style.
Parry managed to convince Smith and Tolhurst of the idea; Parry said, "It appealed to Robert because he wanted to destroy the Cure anyway. While Smith wrote the single as a throwaway, "stupid" pop song to the press,  it became a minor hit in the UK, reaching number 44 on the singles chart,  but entered the Top 20 in Australia and New Zealand.
It was followed in by two more successful songs: the synthesiser-based " The Walk " number 12and " The Love Cats ", which became the band's first British Top 10 hit, reaching number seven. Inthe Cure released The Topa generally psychedelic album on which Smith played most of the instruments except the drums played by Andy Anderson and the saxophone played by Porl Thompson.
The album was a Top 10 hit in the UK, and was their first studio album to break the Billboard in the US, reaching number Released in latethe Cure's first live album, Concert consisted of performances from this tour. Near the tour's end, Anderson was fired for destroying a hotel room and was replaced by Boris Williams. Soon after reconciling, Smith asked Gallup to rejoin the band. Inthe new line-up of Smith, Tolhurst, Gallup, Thompson and Williams released The Head on the Dooran album that managed to bind together the optimistic and pessimistic aspects of the band's music between which they had previously shifted.
Following the album and world tour, the band released the singles compilation Standing on a Beach in three formats each with a different track listing and a specific name in This release was accompanied by a VHS and LaserDisc called Staring at the Seawhich featured videos for each track on the compilation.
During this time, the Cure became a very popular band in Europe particularly in France, Germany and the Benelux countries and increasingly popular in the US. Inthe Cure released the musically eclectic double LP Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Mewhich reached number six in the UK, the Top 10 in several countries  and was the band's first entry into the US Top 40 at number 35 where it was certified platinum   reflecting the band's rising mainstream popularity.
The album's third single, " Just Like Heaven ", was the band's most successful single to date in the US, being their first to enter the Billboard Top After the album's release, the band recruited the Psychedelic Furs keyboardist Roger O'Donnell and successfully toured as a sextet but during the European leg of the tour, Lol Tolhurst's alcohol consumption began to interfere with his ability to perform.
Inthe Cure released the album Disintegrationwhich was critically praised and became their highest charting album to date, entering at number three in the UK and featuring three Top 30 singles in the UK and Germany: " Lullaby ", " Lovesong " and " Pictures of You ". During the Disintegration sessions, the band gave Smith an ultimatum that either Tolhurst would have to leave the band or they would.
Smith attributed Tolhurst's dismissal to an inability to exert himself and issues with alcohol, concluding, "He was out of step with everything. It had just become detrimental to everything we'd do. The one new song on the collection, " Never Enough ", was released as a single. In respite from the lawsuit, the band returned to the studio to record their next album.
Between the release of Wish and the start of sessions for the Cure's next studio album, the band's line-up shifted again. In the band composed the original song "Burn" for the soundtrack to the movie The Crowwhich went to number 1 on the Billboard album charts. The sessions for the new album began in with only Smith and Bamonte present; the pair were later joined by Gallup who was recovering from physical problems and keyboardist O'Donnell, who had been asked to rejoin the band at the end of Wild Mood Swingsfinally released inwas poorly received compared with previous albums and marked the end of the band's commercial peak.
In the band released Galorea compilation album containing all of the Cure's singles released between andas well as the new single " Wrong Number ", which featured longtime David Bowie guitarist Reeves Gabrels. With only one album left in their record contract and with commercial response to Wild Mood Swings and the Galore compilation lacklustre, Smith once again considered that the end of the Cure might be near and thus wanted to make an album that reflected the more serious side of the band.
It documents The Trilogy Concerts, in which the three albums, PornographyDisintegration and Bloodflowers were played live in their entirety one after the other each night, the songs being played in the order in which they appeared on the albums. Trilogy was recorded on two consecutive nights, 11—12 Novemberat the Tempodrom Arena in Berlin. Inthe Cure signed with Geffen Records. The album peaked at number on the Billboard albums chart. It made a top ten debut on both sides of the Atlantic in July From 24 July to 29 August, the Cure headlined the Curiosa concert tour of North America, which was formatted as a travelling festival and also featured InterpolThe RaptureMogwaiMuseand Thursdayamong other groups.
Previously O'Donnell said he had only found out about the band's upcoming tour dates via a fan site and added, "It was sad to find out after nearly twenty years the way I did, but then I should have expected no less or more. The Cure began writing and recording material for their thirteenth album in Released in OctoberDream was a commercial failure in the UK compared to their previous album releases, only staying in the charts two weeks and not peaking higher than number O'Donnell officially rejoined the Cure in before the band performed at the Vivid Sydney festival in Australia.
On the same day, it was announced that Gabrels would be standing in for the tour, but at that point was not a fully-fledged member of the band. A video of the band and James performing the song was released on 9 September filmed at Brighton Electric Studio in Brighton. In a 30 March interview with Rolling StoneSmith commented on the band's next album, saying, "For the first time in 20 years, we went into a studio—we actually went into the studio where they Queen did ' Bohemian Rhapsody '.
The songs are like 10 minutes, 12 minutes long. We recorded 19 songs. So I have no idea what to do now We'll finish it before we start in the summer, and it'll be mixed through the summer. And then so release date, I don't know, October? Come on! Inthe Cure embarked on a date summer tour, consisting mostly of festival performances along with four dates in Sydney, Australia. The final Sydney show on 30 May was live-streamed. On 15 Augustbassist Simon Gallup posted on his social media that he was no longer in the Cure.
The Cure are often identified with the gothic rock genre, and are viewed as one of the form's definitive bands. Robert Smith said in"It's so pitiful when 'goth' is still tagged onto the name the Cure", and added, "We're not categorisable. Others with cover art that changed very quickly after the original album was released can be quite pricey. Then there are the true rarities that were never released commercially that vinyl collectors relish adding to a collection.
This album by legendary guitarist Chet Atkins was originally released in the late s but the albums were apparently pulled from stores shortly thereafter. Before you get too excited when you find one of these albums at a thrift store, keep in mind that it was reissued in Glam rocker David Bowie was known for pushing the envelope with his awesome look, so it's no surprise that his album cover art would shock and awe as well.
That was certainly the case with the original release of his Diamond Dogs LP. His record label, RCA, pulled the first version of the cover, which depicted a cartoonish rendition of Bowie with "dog genitals" on the opposite side of the gatefold.
Only a few of these worrisome issues of the album cover were released. Most later versions have the artwork doctored with airbrushing to remove the offending areas. As one of the most popular rock bands of all time, the group's self-titled album Led Zeppelin released in easily reached platinum status.
But if you run across the rare first issue variation of the cover art, it will be worth many times what later releases bring. What you're looking for in this case is turquoise blue lettering spelling out Led Zeppelin in the upper left corner of the cover.
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