Johnny Solinger, the former singer of the heavy metal group Skid Row, has died this Saturday at 55 years of age because of a liver failure, as announced by the band itself.

“We are saddened to hear the news of the death of our brother Johnny Solinger. Our thoughts go out to his family, friends and fans. Good luck, Singo. Say hello to Scrappy for us, “the band wrote in a post on Instagram.

Solinger opened a patronage account at GoFundMe last month to help pay for your treatments. He wrote: “It is with great regret that I must let everyone know what is happening to me and my health. I have been hospitalized for the last month. I have been diagnosed with liver failure. And the prognosis is not as good. As is the case with most musicians, I don’t have health insurance and it’s very difficult to get adequate care without it. “

Skid Row was very successful in the late 80 and 90 with his first two albums: Skid Row Y Slave To The Grind. His greatest successes, Youth Gone Wild Y 18 and Life together they sold 20 million albums.

Solinger became a member of Skid Row in 1999, replacing Sebastian Bach. He stayed until 2015 when he was replaced by former TNT singer Tony Harnell.

He participated in several Skid Row albums, including Thickskin, Revolutions Per Minute, United World Rebellion Y Rise Of The Damnation Army. Solinger is survived by his wife, Paula Marcenaro Solinger.


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