Taylor Hawkins, a founding member and veteran drummer for the Foo Fighters, passed away recently at the age of 50, as the band announced in a statement.
His passing was lamented as a devastating loss and labelled a “untimely death.” The day before Lollapalooza Brazil on March 27, reports said that Taylor Hawkins was getting ready to play in Bogota, Colombia.
Local news outlets in Bogota, Colombia, where the band was scheduled to play a festival, reportedly indicate that drummer Hawkins was found dead in his hotel room, however the cause of death remains unknown.
Screaming Trees singerMark Lanegan, 57, passed away in February, and now comes news that Hawkins has passed away. Meat Loaf, a famous singer and actor, passed away after battling health problems for quite some time.
When did Taylor Hawkins Get Married, and Who is his Wife?
Alison Hawkins was Taylor’s wife. Both were born after their 2005 wedding to each other; their names are Oliver Shane, Annabelle, and Everleigh. Taylor’s wife Alison was featured in the song “I Really Blew It” from the album “Get the Money,” but beyond that, not much is known about her.
When Taylor Hawkins and his wife Jessica relocated from Topanga Canyon to Hidden Hills, California in 2012, he was already there.
In the words of Taylor, “I married Alison Hawkins in 2005.” in an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald. Now, among our family, there are three little ones.
Men who think they can prevail in an argument with their wives can listen to “I Really Blew It,” which can be found on the album “Get the Money.”
Personally, I think men usually come out on the losing end when women hold the reins. No obituary for Alison Hawkins’s late spouse has been posted online as of yet. If there are any updates, MEAWW will let you know.
Taylor told Billboard in 2019 that his experience as a suburban father was as inspiration for his effort “Get the Money,” as reported by the website MemesRandom. He supposedly also shared his firm resolve to put off marriage and parenthood until at least age 25.
Born in Texas in 1972, Taylor Hawkins and his family relocated to Laguna Beach, California when he was four years old. While still in high school, he started playing drums for rock vocalist Sass Jordan, and then he joined Alanis Morissette’s band and stayed with them until 1997.
Eventually, Hawkins became an integral part of the Foo Fighters’ music and visual identity after joining the band.
Presently, the lineup consists of Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett, and Rami Jaffeea. Members like William Goldsmith and Franz Stahl were among the first to join. Taylor Hawkins also sang with the band and often took the stage. For two weeks, Hawkins was in a coma after a 2001 heroin overdose.