At the age of 65, Lee McCune, the lead singer of the most popular Scottish band Bay City Rollers lineup, suddenly passed away at his home. The formation’s greatest victories were in the 1970s.
Information about the death of the singer was confirmed by his former manager John McLaughlin.
“I am very sad and shocked, and so is his wife, Keiko,” says the director of the Daily Record. “She called me from Les’s phone. She picked me up because I thought he wanted to talk to me.”
“I spoke with him last week and he was in very good shape. He was very happy to talk about life and the preparations for the tour. We were friends and colleagues,” he added.
Leslie McCune He died suddenly at his home on April 20. Currently, his relatives have begun preparations for the funeral.
The singer was one of the founders and members of the classic group Bay City Rollers. The greatest formulation hits include, among others, “Goodbye, Goodbye, Baby”, “Give a little love”, “Honey Money”, “Shang A Lang”, “Summerlove Sensation” and “I just want to be with you.” In total, the group placed 10 singles in the top ten of the UK charts.
The band has sold over 120 million albums worldwide.
The brothers appeared next to McCune Alan Derek Longmoeuiroy (Bass and drums respectively) and guitarists Stuart Wood I Eric Faulkner. The singer left Bay City Rollers in 1978. He returned to a series of memorable parties in 2015. He also has several solo albums to his account.
Alan Longmeier passed away in July 2018.