Singer Phil McCormack Died
Phil McCormack, the HATCHET front man of the rock band MOLLY, died. There is still no official death was found to be the cause, but the radio station has reported 102.7 WSNR, that it "looks like a heart attack". He was 58 years old.
MOLLY HATCHET put out a statement about McCormack's death and said: "it is With great sadness that we have to give the death of our friend and band member, Phil McCormack known. Our condolences and our prayers go out to his family in this time of loss. Phil's contributions were heard HATCHET MOLLY around the world. He will be missed, but never forgotten.“
McCormack of the Band in 1996 officially joined, but many years earlier for the deceased and former MOLLY HATCHET frontman Danny Joe Brown.
Known for the Hits season of the witch' With Disaster', 'Whiskey Man' and 'Gator Country', has passed through the Band's numerous changes in its nearly four and a half decades of history, including a brief separation in the early 90s. In recent years, Fans have lamented the loss of several former members of the band, including front man Danny Joe Brown, who died in 2005, the original guitarist Duane Roland in 2006, the original drummer Bruce Crump in 2015, the Bassist Banner Thomas in April 2017, the original guitarist Dave Hlubek to 2017, and the front man Jimmy Farrar in October 2018.
MOLLY HATCHET released in 1978, her debut album on Epic Records and shot to the top of the Charts. "Season of the witch' With Disaster" followed, whose title track became a legendary Hit for the Band.
The most recent Lineup of MOLLY HATCHET consisted of McCormack, guitarist Bobby Ingram, keyboardist John Galvin, Bassist Tim Lindsey and drummer Shawn Beamer.