VOR 30 JAHREN STARB MC5-STIMME ROB TYNER AN EINEM HERZINFARKT
- Sep 23, 2021
It caught him in his car in Berkeley, Michigan: Rob Tyner, singer of the legendary MC5 suffered a heart attack on September 17, 1991 and died of it a day later. The curly-haired man was the visual figurehead of one of Rock's wildest formations in the late sixties, cited as a source of inspiration by both Heavy Metal and Punk musicians. Their most famous number, "Kick Out The Jams," was the wrecking ball turned into sounds.