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John Erhardt, guitarist for Ass Ponys and cyclist for Wussy, died on Monday (May 4). The cause of death has yet to be revealed. His old bandmate Chuck Cleaver visited Instagram to share the news. “John gave us a beauty that we will never see again,” the statement said. “A combination of love, friendship, stability and that amazing swirling sound. Really wonderful. A backdrop to everything we are, in the band and in life.”
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“To say we’ll miss him is an understatement,” it continues. “It’s not gonna be the same from here on out nor should it. Death’s like that. We’ll continue to keep making up stuff, play it to the best of our abilities and make more records. There will be a hole and we’ll likely leave it that way. You can’t replace some things.”
“Those of you who knew John know that he held certain things ever close to his heart. His friends and his passion for his work in music and film would all be high on that list. But most of all, it was his family, especially his wife Denise and daughter Ivy…his great loves. He would misplace items constantly on the road, but he would never permit himself to be more than a few inches away from his most beloved tour accessory – a keychain holding a photo of him and his daughter from a vacation years ago. It was his good luck charm. It brought him home. Safe travels, bud. We love you.”
Erhardt and Cleaver founded the indie rock group Ass Ponys in the late 1980s, and played in the band until 1995. He then began working on a solo project under his own name, recorded eleven: eleven in late 2000, Although it was not released until 2011. In 2012, Erhardt joined the Cleaver band, Wussy, as a steel pedal guitarist.
John Erhardt Death
John Erhardt, guitarist for Ass Ponys and cyclist for Wussy, died on Monday (May 4). The cause of death has yet to be revealed.
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