Taylor Hawkins Was the 2nd Foo Fighters Member to Suddenly Pass Away

Within just a single year!

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The tragic death of the 50-year old has circled the world and left many fans and rock-music audiences devastated and in shock.

But, in just a year, he is the second member of the band to pass away without any disease and heads-up.

Their long-time stage manager, Andy Pollard passed away last June at 45-years-old.

Pollard’s death occurred when the band started its controversial concert policy of requiring attendees to show proof of inoculation against COVID-19.

Pollard’s death occurred on June 18th, two days before the Foo Fighters played its first concert in nearly 500 days at Madison Square Garden.

NME wrote:

“On Sunday (June 20), the band will play Madison Square Garden’s first concert in almost 500 days, reopening the iconic New York venue with their first full arena performance since the coronavirus pandemic shut down the live entertainment industry in early 2020.

In tribute to Pollard, Foo Fighters have announced that they will be dedicating the show to their late stage manager.”

The COVID policies and restrictions have upset many of the fans.

Dave Grohl the former Nirvana member and current Foo Fighter has made these pro-vaccine comments in response to the criticism before the last year’s concert

And I just have to mention that Taylor was a pro-vaccine person too. It’s not bad, but it may have inflicted bad on his health.

This story is still developing, so stay tuned for more updates on the issue.

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