Lori Clayton in Colorado Tribute & Cover Band Community on Facebook: This sad news is slowly breaking over Facebook. Sisters of the Moon is sending our thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Ronnie Frosch. Rest in Peace.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of our former guitarist and friend Ronnie Frosch. Although he only played one show with us, we will always remember him for his amazing talent, his charming smile and his quiet demeanor. We will miss you, Ronnie. Rest in Peace.
Ronnie also played in the cover band Play It Forward.
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Obituary for Ronnie Frosch
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Ronnie Frosch (Denver, Colorado), who passed away on October 27, 2020, leaving to mourn family and friends. You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family. You may also light a candle in honor of Ronnie Frosch.
He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Burton Frosch and Martha Frosch; his sibling Perri Shepard; his close friend Janet McGuire; and also, Cole and Miller.
His tragic death by COVID-19 can never stop the music and Ronnie’s beautiful sound.
The family welcomes donations in honor of Ronnie to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund which provides critical assistance for musicians affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Unfortunately, there are no events scheduled for Mr. Frosch at this time. If you know of an upcoming event for Ronnie, please add one now and/or let COMBO know.
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Other Notable Musicians’ Deaths…
Too many of these deaths are from SUICIDE. If you are contemplating taking your own life because “things just aren’t going right,” promise me to wait until after midnight. Play Cinderella. Look at how her life changed by waiting a few days. Don’t die which is so irreversible. Someone who loves you very much will be in pain for the rest of their lives. Think of them, too.
The deaths that are listed from Wikipedia are those of musicians or those persons who have ties to the music business from all over the world. These are our brothers and sisters. Say a prayer for their souls. They will be missed greatly.
3: Faustas Latenas, 64, Lithuanian composer (My Little Wife, Wooden Staircase).
2: T. N. Krishnan, 92, Indian Carnatic violinist; Terry Marshall, British musician and voice actor (Grand Theft Auto IV).
1: Pedro Iturralde, 91, Spanish saxophonist and composer; Nikki McKibbin, 42, American singer-songwriter and reality show contestant (American Idol), brain aneurysm; Ronnie Peel, Australian guitarist and singer (Thunderclap Newman, The La De Da’s, John Paul Young) (death announced on this date); Esteban Santos, 69, Spanish pop singer (Bravo).
31: Rance Allen, 71, American gospel singer (The Rance Allen Group), complications from surgery; Marc Fosset, 71, French jazz guitarist.
30: Gumer Abdulmanov, 90, Russian singer; Claudio Garbolino, 54, Argentine keyboardist, complications from COVID-19; Paul-Baudouin Michel, 90, Belgian composer; Anatoly Shipitko, 79–80, Russian conductor; Božidar Tanaskovic, Serbian rock bassist (Bjesovi); Arthur Wills, 94, English organist and composer.
29: Béla Síki, 97, Hungarian pianist; Alexander Vedernikov, 56, Russian conductor (Bolshoi Theatre, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Royal Danish Opera), COVID-19.
28: Cano Estremera, 62, Puerto Rican salsa music singer; Billy Joe Shaver, 81, American country musician (“You Ask Me To”), stroke.