Musicians Lost in 2021

Musicians Lost in 2021

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 25: Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones perform live at Adelaide Oval on October 25, 2014 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

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While good music did come in 2021, we did lose some legendary and beloved musicians who contributed so much during their years on Earth. It’s never easy to say goodbye, but we are grateful for the legacy these souls have left behind as they enter the Great Gig In The Sky. Here are ten musicians KLOS will forever remember and honor. (Once again, this sure isn’t everyone lost this year)

Dusty Hill (ZZ Top)

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Charlie Watts (The Rolling Stones)

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Joey Jordison (Slipknot)

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John Lawton (Uriah Heep)

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Michael Nesmith (The Monkees)

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Robby Steinhardt (Kansas)

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Don Everly (The Everly Brothers)

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Tim Bogert (Cactus, Vanilla Fudge, Beck Bogert & Appice)

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Johnny Solinger (Skid Row)

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Lee Scratch Perry

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