David Axelrod's, whose beat-heavy records were heavily sampled by crate-digging hip-hop producers, has died.
Dahlqvist, known as "String," spent nine years with Swedish garage rockers the Hellacopters.
Tom Edwards, who served as the guitarist and musical director for Adam Ant died yesterday (Jan. 25) at the age of 41.
Jaki Liebezeit, the founding (and only) drummer of krautrock pioneers Can, has died at age 78 after a sudden bout with pneumonia.
The groundbreaking Nigerian musician whose synth-funk discography saw an unlikely second act in recent years, has passed away.
The keyboardist for the '80s British synthpop band Bronski Beat died last month.
Frank Murray was largely responsible for the Pogues' Christmas hit, "Fairytale of New York."
Dr. Rachel Owen, a lecturer at Oxford who was in a relationship with Thom Yorke for approximately 23 years, lost her battle with cancer.
Mark Fisher, the longtime Matt Bianco member who helped overhaul the veteran U.K. pop band's sound after joining in time for their second album, has passed away.
The late Alan Thicke gave the then-unknown Red Hot Chili Peppers their first nationally televised performance.