Rockabilly band Crazy Cavan and the Rhythm Rockers soloist and bassist Cavan Grogan are dead. The band says about it on their website.
Grogan was 71 when he died. Relatives have not disclosed the cause of death to the public.
- The most difficult words that I've ever written. We love you. Rest in peace, Cav, the artist's relatives write on the website.
In addition to Cavan Grogan, the band consisted of Lyndon Needs (solo guitar), Terry Walley (composer guitar), Graham Price (bass) and Mike Coffey (drums). Its most famous hits include Rockabilly Rules Ok and My Little Sister Gotta Motorbike.
Crazy Cavan and the Rhythm Rockers frontman Cavan Grogan (pictured left) is dead. Picture from 1984.
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Founded in 1970, Crazy Cavan and the Rhythm Rockers of North Wales continued to play to great effect. The band, which has been operating for five decades, has had a wide fan base in Finland for decades. It also received its first gold record in Finland in the 1980s, when it was at the peak of its popularity.
The band was scheduled to perform in Finland three times this year. According to the website, Crazy Cavan and the Rhythm Rockers had gigs scheduled for June 5th and 6th at Vitsiala and a place to be announced later.
In addition, the band was scheduled to perform on November 15 at the Finlandia House with Lee Rocker of The Stray Cats.
In addition, Crazy Cavan and the Rhythm Rockers had a number of other gigs arranged. The band has not commented on how the gigs have already been arranged.