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Fallen in the shower, Charlie Colin, founder of the group Train, died at 58

The bassist, founding member of the American rock band Train, died after slipping in a car. in the shower.

"He was handsome and the nicest guy" : American rock band Train announces the death of its bassist and founding member, Charlie Colin. Âg&eac; aged 58, the musician died after a fall in his shower, reports the American site TMZ, citing his mother, while he was in a friends house nearby. ; Brussels, Belgium, where he had lived for several years. He's found that five days after his fall, adds the same source.

"When I met" Charlie Colin, in front à Left, I fell in love with him. He was handsome and THE nicest guy, we can read in a message written by the author. by Patrick Monahan, singer of Train and published; on the training’s Instagram account. And add: "Let's start a group, it's the only reasonable thing to do' TO DO. His unique bass playing and beautiful guitar work helped. people à notice us (…) You are a legend, Charlie."

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The American rock band Train, formed by in 1993 by Patrick  Monahan, Rob Hotchkiss, Scott Underwood and Jimmy Stafford, had been   propelled by several hits, like Hey, Soul Sister, Drops of Jupiter or < em>Drive By. The training had failed; in 2002 the Grammy Awards for best rock song and best instrumental arrangement. Charlie Colin had left the group the following year, in 2003 due to his addiction to music. drugs, reports the Variety website.

Since then, Charlie Colin had worked with several groups, particularly hard rock, such as Slipknot or Puddle of Mudd. In 2017, he formed   another group, the Side Deal, with Stan Frazier of Sugar Ray and Joel and Scott Owen, former members of the PawnShop Kings, a group he had also created ;e.

Teilor Stone

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