One of the early guitarists in the Red Hot Chili Peppers band, Jack Sherman just passed away peacefully. He died in the age of 64. However, the cause of death has not disclosed yet.
He joined the Red Hot Chilli Peppers Band in 1984. He joined this Red Hot Chili Peppers Band particularly in the US Tour in 1984. In the tour, he co-wrote some songs which were featured in the Red Hot Chili Peppers Band’s Second Album.
The band paid him tribute, which was definitely very emotional. Furthermore, the band posted some lines as a tribute to Jack Sherman on Twitter.
The band’s official page of the band states: ‘He was a unique dude and we thank him for all times good, bad and in between. Peace on the boogie platform”. They also posted some other tweets, stating, “An Essential, yet forgotten member of @ChilliPeppers history. Rest in Peace, Jack️”.
Jack Sherman actually replaced one of the founding members of the band, Hillel Slovak. The Band was formed originally in December 1983. But Hillel Slovak left the band due to some reasons. And that’s why he got a chance to showcase his talent in the band.
But, in 1984 Hillel Slovak again joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers Band.
There were some ups and downs in the band. Especially in the year 2012, when the band members were invited to Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. Actually, Jack Sherman was left out of the invitation. Also, He shared his criticism and said that he was feeling Dishonoured.
We Also Pay Our Tribute To The Late Guitarist. Rest in Peace.