Alec John Such, a bassist and a founding member of Bon Jovi, died at the age of 70.
On Sunday at Bon Jovi, he announced the death of New Jersey rock band bassist Such from 1983 to 1994.
No details were available on when and how such dead people died.
“He was the original,” Bon Jovi posted on Twitter. “As a founding member of Bon Jovi, Alec was an integral part of the band’s formation.”
Bon Jovi points out that he was a childhood friend of drummer Tico Torres and took guitarist and songwriter Richie Sambora to the band’s performance, and made such an achievement by forming the band. I admitted.
Such things were performed in a band called Message with Sambora.
Born in New York, Such was a veteran in the New Jersey music scene who contributed to the birth of Bon Jovi.
As the manager of the Hunkabunka Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ, I booked Jon Bon Jovi and The Wild Ones before joining the band of singer-songwriters.
He played with Bon Jovi throughout the heyday of the group in the 1980s.
He left the band in 1994 on behalf of bassist Hugh McDonald. He later rejoined the band that was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.
“When Jon Bon Jovi called me and asked me to join his band many years ago, I quickly realized how serious he was and he told us. I had a vision of wanting to take him. “
“And I’m very happy to be part of that vision.”