Standing Quo legend Alan Lancaster useless at 72: Bass-playing founding member dies surrounded by household at his Sydney dwelling after MS battle
- Information of his passing was confirmed by his ‘heartbroken’ good friend Craig Bennett
- The musician died surrounded by his household at his dwelling in Sydney, Australia
Standing Quo legend Alan Lancaster has died on the age of 72 after a battle with A number of Sclerosis.
The bass-playing musician, who was a founding member of the English rock band – which shaped as The Scorpions in 1962 – died at his dwelling in Sydney, Australia.
Information of his passing was confirmed by his shut good friend Craig Bennett.
He stated in an announcement: ‘I’m heartbroken to announce the passing of Alan Lancaster, British born music royalty, guitar God and founding member of iconic band, Standing Quo.
‘Regardless of having MS and points along with his mobility, Alan participated in vastly profitable reunion excursions… He bravely performed to 1000’s of adoring followers and liked being again with the band and his loyal Quo military.’
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Standing Quo legend Alan Lancaster (third from left) has died on the age of 72 after a battle with A number of Sclerosis