My prayers go out to all the family of the recent airliner that went down in the Alps . now saying was intentional. I pray the loved ones who lost family members find some peace and rest without the tragic thoughts if even for a minute.
I didn't know Mike personally, but we all know/knew his spirit and we are collectively saddened at your loss. He will be remembered and honored at our gathering in Chicago. From the Sunshine Daydream family to you, our heartfelt condolences go out to you and Mike's family.
Mike Schnieders, known by many as just "Schnieders", who many of those on tour have known since he was a child touring with his father, passed away Monday the 16th at 1:30am from heart failure and breathing complications. He was 32 years old. He'd endured two heart surgeries in the past year and had fought so hard to stay with us. He attended countless shows in his life and practically lived on lot for long periods of time, wherever the music was playing was home to him. You are his family and so I wanted to pass this along to you and to everyone who was hoping to see him in July. He will be with us in spirit all weekend you can be sure. He was buried with many roses and multiple sets of wings and attended by hundreds of family and friends. Thank you all who came to the funeral and have extended your love during this tragic time. We love you more than words can tell, Mike.
Whisper/Liz (wife of mike Schnieders)
passed away yesterday of complications from a heart attack. One of the originals, founder of Big Brother and the Holding Co. and helped get Janis her start. Thanks Sam.
Our poet has left us.
"It doesn't matter who you love, or how you love, but that you love." The flight plan for today is smooth sailing to the promised land.
"like a steam locomotive, rolling down the tracks....."
Joe Cocker, 1944-2014
RIP Rock Scully, what a guy. The heart of Gold band must have needed a manager. Jerry, John and Rock together again.
Thanks for noting this marye. R.I.P. RR
So sorry to learn of the passing of this guy, whose sax work on Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street is one of my favorite things of all time.