Jefferson Starship Will Continue Touring After The Death Of Paul Kantner | Music News
Jefferson Starship, the American rock band formed by some former members of the Jefferson Airplane, will continue touring after the death of co-founder and guitarist Paul Kantner.
As confirmed by Kantner’s longtime publicist and former’s girlfriend Cynthia Bowman, the guitarist was admitted to a hospital in San Francisco after suffering a heart attack and other health problems. He died there for multiple organ failure and septic shock at the age of 74, on January 28.
Nonetheless, the band has decided to carry on with their tour, which will wrap up on the 14th of April in Stockholm.
What will be the future of the band once the tour is over, it is still unknown.
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