Ginger Baker, the drummer from the band Cream, Sunday morning, at eighty years of age died from it. He is regarded as one of the most influential drummers of all time.
On his Twitter profile, it became known that the British artist is in the hospital and passed away. Baker (real first name is Peter) in his last days of life had become seriously ill have been.
Baker was formed in 1966 with Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce, the psychedelic blues band Cream. The formation was a huge hit with the song ‘White Room’.
After the Cream, and in 1968, ceased to exist, was a Baker, along with a host of bands, including Hawkwind, Public Image, Handle, Masters of Reality, and, later, Queens of the Stone Age.
We are very sad to say that Ginger has passed away peacefully in hospital this morning. Thank you to everyone for your kind words over the past week.
AvatarAuteurGingerBDrumsMoment of plaatsen09:56 am – October 6, 2019