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FORMER DAVID LEE ROTH AND FLEETWOOD MAC KEYBOARDIST BRETT TUGGLE DEAD AT 70


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Brett Tuggle, veteran keyboardist who spent two decades with FLEETWOOD MAC and was also a founding member of the DAVID LEE ROTH BAND in the 1980s, has died of complications from cancer. He was 70 years old.

While known for his onstage keyboard playing for Fleetwood Mac, he was best known for his performances and songwriting as keyboardist for David Lee Roth on the "Eat 'Em and Smile" tour (1986/1987 ), the "Skyscraper" tour (1988), the "A Little Ain't Enough" tour (1991) where he also co-wrote several tracks on this album, and until the 1994 tour "Your Filthy Little Mouth ". He continued to perform on various occasions with Roth from time to time until 1996/1997. A niter that he had co-written the hit "Just Like Paradise" present on "Skyscraper".

Brett Tuggle entered the FLEETWOOD MAC universe in 1992, when he landed a gig with Mick Fleetwood's side project The Zoo, and remained in the band's orbit until Lindsey Buckingham's solo tour in the end of last year. He played keyboards on all Fleetwood Mac tours from 1997 to 2017.

During his long career, Tuggle has also played with Jimmy Page, Rick Springfield, David Coverdale, John Kay and Steppenwolf, Tommy Shaw of Styx, and Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels.



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