The late Taylor Hawkins, a drummer for the band Foo Fighters, is being remembered with a moving tribute video from Flea. In a video posted to YouTube, the artist recalled how he toured with the singer and shared a special moment with her. The cause of her death is not yet known, but she died on March 25. Until now, there has been no word on what led to her death.
On his official Twitter page, Flea paid tribute to the fallen star, praising him for his generous spirit. The band’s bassist Johnny Vaughan also spoke about Hawkins’ death, paying a touching tribute to the musician and his family. The bassist added that “Taylor Hawkins’ death is a tragedy for the band and the world.” The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ drummer had suffered a stroke and died unexpectedly.
The eulogy for Hawkins’ life has been greeted with tributes from some of the most iconic musicians in music. One of the best known is Paul McCartney, who called Hawkins a “kickass” drummer in a lengthy statement on Twitter. Despite the death of Hawkins, his influence is still felt today. During a recent Mammoth WVH show, the guitarist praised Hawkins as a “great friend” and a “kickass” in a lyric.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist flea has paid tribute to Hawkins, hailing the late drummer for being a kind and generous man. The musician passed away suddenly on March 25th. The music world is mourning this loss and the loss of this talent. There is no doubt that a band will miss Taylor Hawkins’ legacy. There are no words that can express how much it meant to the band.
Other musicians have also paid tribute to Hawkins’ life by praising him for being a “kind and generous guy” and saying that Hawkins was a true inspiration. In addition to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, other musicians have paid tribute to the late musician. Among the most popular ones are Tom Morello and Queen guitarist Brian May. Other notable eulogies included incubus, Nickelback, and Incubus.
During a recent tour of the United States, the guitarist of Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante, has paid tribute to Hawkins’ memory. The guitarist has also received a Walk of Fame award and has praised the late drummer for his generosity and kind-heartedness. In a recent interview with Johnny Vaughan, the singer described Hawkins as a “kind, generous, and wonderful person.”
A plethora of artists have paid tribute to Hawkins, including Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante, Paul McCartney, and Liam Gallagher. The Argentinian concert was the first to honor Hawkins, whose life was cut short at the age of 50. During the show, Frusciante played with the band’s members, as well as with the Foo Fighters.