The performer, who was dubbed the "The Last Madman of Rock n' Roll" due to his sense of humor and whose band sported Revolutionary War-style costumes during their performances, passed away on Saturday at his home in Idaho. The cause of his death was not revealed.
"Meeting you after a show in the autograph line cemented the deal for everyone," it said. "Just as fun, funny and spontaneous as you were onstage, extremely nice and accommodating to everyone who waited in the long lines to meet you. Take a picture - 'SURE, take TWO!' Sign these 20 albums? 'Why NOT,...
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