Can Vocalist Damo Suzuki passes away,at the age of 74....


Damo Suzuki Passed Away: Can Vocalist Damo Suzuki passes away, breathed his last at the age of 74

Japanese lead singer Damo Suzuki has died. The news of his demise was released from the band's social media account.

Damo Suzuki, the Japanese lead singer of the rock band CAN, has died. The news of his demise was released from the band's social media account. According to the statement released by the band, Damo Suzuki left this world at the age of 74. No cause of death was given. However, he was battling stomach cancer for a decade.

The band issued a statement

The statement said, 'It is with great sadness that we have to announce that on Friday, february 9, 2024, our wonderful friend Damo Suzuki passed away. His boundless creative energy has inspired many people all over the world, not only with Cain but also with his continent-spanning network tour. Damo's kind soul and cheeky smile will always be remembered.

love for dead members

The note further added that they will be joining Michael, Jaki, and Holger for an epic jam. The note also ended with a message of love for his band's family, talking about his deceased fellow CAN members Michael Karolyi (guitar), Czuke (electronics), Jaki Liebezeit (drums), and Holger.

Damo Suzuki's career

Born in Kanagawa Prefecture, south of Tokyo, Kenji Suzuki, aka Damo Suzuki, left japan as a teenager to travel to europe and live in hippie communes. In 1970, CAN's founding members Czuchke and Liebezeit saw Suzuki playing as a street musician in the bohemian Schwabing quarter of Munich and hired him to play his first show for them that same night. Between 1970 and 1973 he led the band, which included a trio of albums in the 20th-century rock canon, namely Tago Mago, Ege Bamyasi, and Future Days. Musicians such as David Bowie, Radiohead, and Talking Heads brought recognition to the German group.

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