One of Andy Rourke’s former bandmates reported that the Smiths’ bassist, who is 59 years old, has d!ed. On Friday, May 19, Johnny Marr claimed that the performers had “di*d” in a social media post. His statement that Rourke’s de@th was the result of a “lengthy illness.”
Andy Rourke joined The Smiths following their debut performance. He has known Marr since they were young children. On all four of the band’s studio albums, he contributed bass. He contributed to a number of Morrissey’s early solo singles after the band disbanded.
Following the breakup of The Smiths, Rourke collaborated with singers including Sinead O’Connor. Three songs from her 1990 album I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got included his bass playing. He also appeared on The Pretenders’ “Last of the Independents” album from 1994, and he collaborated with Ian Brown, formerly of the Stone Roses, on his 2007 album “The World Is Yours.”
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Andy Rourke Cause Of De@th
Andy Rourke, the bassist for The Smiths, passed away, and Johnny Marr wrote the following about it:
“We announce Andy Rourke’s passing after a protracted battle with pancreatic c@ncer with great regret. Those who knew Andy will remember him as a gentle and kind soul, and music lovers will remember him as a highly talented musician.”
So, pancreatic c@ncer caused his de@th.
The below tweet is in the tribute to Andy Rourke.
Not only the most talented bass player I've ever had the privilege to play with but the sweetest, funniest lad I've ever met. Andy's left the building, but his musical legacy is perpetual. I miss you so much already. Forever in my heart mate.
— Mike Joyce (@mikejoycedrums) May 19, 2023
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