Bay City Rollers’ co-founder and bassist Alan Longmuir has died. The 70-year-old musician sadly passed away at Forth Valley Hospital in Larbert, Scotland, on Monday morning.
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CelebNHealth247.com has learned that Bay City Rollers’ co-founder and bassist Alan Longmuir passed away on Monday after battling a short illness.
Alan Longmuir’s wife Eileen issued a statement which reads as follows:
We are devastated to share the news that Alan has passed away peacefully surrounded by his family. He was an extraordinary man with an extraordinary heart. He brought so much love and kindness to everyone he met, and he leaves a huge hole in our family.
The legendary pop band’s frontman Les Mckeown shared a picture of Alan on Twitter with the words ‘RIP’.
Whilst guitarist Stuart Woody wrote:
Very sad to read in the paper that Alan has passed away … I’ll remember the good times we had for over 40 years … RIP Al. [sic]
On June 18th, a couple weeks before he passed away, Liam Rudden, posted a message to fans on behalf of Alan:
I visited Alan tonight and he asked me to express his gratitude for all the love and prayers he has received from so many people during his illness. He is aware of all your messages and is quite overwhelmed by them. He returns your love and kindness with thanks.
We loved the Bay City Rollers back in the day, so we are sad to hear the news of Alan Longmuir passing away.
RIP Alan Longmuir. Our Condolences goes out to his family, friends, and fans.