RIP Thread


#362

Ah no. Poor day for music lovers.


#363

Still alive apparently but only just


#364

Similar to the Tony Keady situation unfortunately


#365

Terrible news , was / is a huge fan.


#366

A genuine legend.


#367

His death has been confirmed, sadly. RIP, Tom.


#368

Rip tom. Great musician.


#369

That’s a real shame. RIP Tom, that’s 3 of the Traveling Wilburys gone now


#370

And the youngest one, too. I wonder if Dylan thought he’d outlive Petty and Harrison?


#371

Former Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave

RIP

Good old innings all the same at 97


#372

RIP - Last of the older statesmen types. Compare to Trump … :flushed:


#373

Last direct link with the founding of the State.

This year was the first time he had missed the AI finals since the early 1930s


#374

I think he preferred the horses. He had a great old fashioned Dublin accent. He was very conservative and took a strong stance against the IRA during the worst years of the troubles.


#375

Jaysus, you ok.


#376

Sean Hughes RIP

Only 51


#377

Very young.

RIP.


#378

Shocked about Hughes. RIP, seen his shows number of times.


#379

Jaysus. Was only reading Steve Coogans auto biog last week where he talks about him. Very sad. He grew up in Dublin didn’t he?


#380

RIP Sean. way to young.


#381

No mention of illness?

Also see that Sky sports NFL presenter Kevin Cadle passed away too.