Mazzy Star David Roback Wiki
David Roback is a guitarist and composer best known for co-founding Mazzy Star alongside vocalist Hope Sandoval. Roback was also a member of bands like Rain Parade and Opal. After co-founding Rain Parade and releasing an album with the band, Roback left the group. He founded Opal with Dream Syndicate bassist Kendra Smith in the mid-1980s. After Smith left the band in the middle of a tour where Opal was supporting The Jesus & Mary Chain, Hope Sandoval was chosen as his replacement. Roback and Sandoval would later form Mazzy Star. According to Pitchfork, Mazzy Star’s first album, She Hangs Brightly, was released in 1990. The follow-up, So Tonight That I Might See of 1993, featured what would be the band’s biggest hit, “Fade Into You.” In addition to producing his albums, Roback also co-wrote all of Mazzy Star’s songs alongside Sandoval, including 2013 Seasons of Your Day, his fourth full-length album and the first in 17 years. The final release of the band, the EP EP, was aired in 2018.
David Roback Age
He was 61 years old.
David Roback Death, Cause
David Roback died on February 25, 2020, at the age of 61, according to a representative of the band Mazzy Star.
David Roback’s cause of death was not disclosed.
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