Wayne Swinny Death And Obituary – Saliva’s last founding member and guitarist, WAYNE SWINNY, passed away at the age of 59, the band’s representatives revealed. His cerebral hemorrhage, which occurred while he was on tour in promotion of the group’s most recent single, “High on Me,” has been blamed for his passing.
“I’m unsure of my emotions or thoughts even. Bobby Amaru, the band’s new frontman, said in a statement: “My heart breaks for Wayne’s family, his friends, and everyone who is thrilled to be with him. specified in the declaration. My sympathy is deep for Nicky, his daughter. That tiny daughter is incredibly dear to him.
Swanny played guitar in the six-piece Saliva lineup when it was founded in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996. Her reputation soared to new heights after the release of her second album, Every Six Seconds, in 2001, which featured the hit singles “Your Illness” and “Click Click Boom.”
Amaru continues, “He’s a guitar hero on stage, with a rock style that most guitarists can only imagine.” “Behind the scenes, he’s a devoted parent, an authority on extinct aliens, and a remarkable person with no enemies! He will stop at nothing to ensure your enjoyment.
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“I am extremely grateful for the chance to share almost 12 years of my life with Wayne, especially off stage,” he concluded. He is my absent older brother. He taught me a lot, and we had a lot of fun together. This is something that I will treasure forever! God speed, Wayne. I’m confident that we’ll cross paths again.
During her Spring Mayhem tour, Saliva presently has twelve performances lined up, including Through Fire and Any Given Sin. Sammi Bishop, Brad Stewart, and Amaru, the surviving members, have not yet provided an update on the tour’s progress.