Fleetwood Mac keyboardist tributes to Brett Tuggle as keyboardist dies at 70

The news of Brett Tuggle’s death comes months after the death of iconic actor and comedian Louie Anderson.

Brett Tuggle, keyboardist for legendary British-American rock bands Fleetwood Mac and David Lee Roth, has died at the age of 70. His son Matt confirmed his father’s death in Rolling Stone magazine. “I was with my family while I was sick,” he added. “I received a lot of love from my family.” He was a great father to his children. In my life, he offered me music.” Brett has two children: son Matt and daughter Michelle.

What was the cause of Brett Turgle’s death?

The death of Brett Tuggle comes just months after legendary actor and comedian Louie Anderson passed away on January 21st. He was admitted to the hospital just a few days after being diagnosed with cancer, but sadly died. On January 9th, Bob Saget, another legend in the world of celebrity deaths, passed away. Betty White died of natural causes on December 31, 2021 at the age of 99. Chick Vennera, DMX, Jay Black and Jeanette Maus are just a few celebrities who have left fans devastated by their deaths last year.

Fans of Brett Tuggle pay tribute to him.

“Our beautiful Brett Tuggle is back home tonight,” Rick Springfield tweeted. May God bless him and his beautiful soul.” “Sad news…” said another. I just heard… A charming man who collaborated with Coverdale Page and later Restless Heart… My heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and fans… What a sad day.” “Music has lost another great thing,” said one person. David Lee Roth and Brett Tuggle of Fleetwood Mac. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. May the souls of the deceased refrain.”

Brett Tuggle became famous after touring with David Lee Roth from 1986 to 1994. He was a founding member of the band. They became famous in 1988 when they wrote the hit song “Just Like Paradise”. Brett was rumored to be reuniting with Roth for a solo gig in 2020. From 1997 to 2017, Brett was a member of Fleetwood Mac’s reunion tour. He first contacted them in 1992 when he was a member of Drummer Mick Fleetwood’s sideband Zoo. After that, things were not the same.”



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