Violinista / cantor do Kansas, Robby Steinhardt, morre aos 71 anos
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O músico faleceu devido a complicações de pancreatite aguda.
Classic Kansas violinist/singer Robby Steinhardt has passed away from complications from acute pancreatitis at the age of 71.
Robby was a member of the fold between 1973 and 1982, and then again from 1997 to 2006. He performed on the group's staple tracks "Carry on Wayward Son" and "Dust in the Wind."
The musician's family has issued the following statement:
"Robert Eugene Steinhardt was well recognized as a founding member and original violinist and vocalist for the rock band Kansas.
"His violin and vocals on, 'Dust in the Wind,' 'Point of No Return' and 'Carry on Wayward Son,' have etched Robby a solid place in rock history.
"Robby had been recording his new album with producer Michael Franklin, who put together an all-star cast of famous musicians in support of Robby's comeback. Steinhardt was very proud of this project, slated for release in late 2021. He had begun rehearsals for a national tour when he became ill.
"Robby is survived by his wife Cindy, and daughter Becky. Steinhardt was 71 years old. He will be deeply missed by all he knew and his music will last forever. A memorial will be announced in the future."
Rest in peace, sir.