Metallica’s former bass guitarist and founding member, Ron McGovney, celebrated the 59th birthday of Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.
Ron was the original bass guitarist of the band before he left Metallica in 1983 and replaced by Cliff Burton, and Dave joined the band in 1991 which the band was founded. Additionally, he left the band in the same year with Ron and replaced by Kirk Hammett.
Ron celebrated this special day by sharing a rare-known picture of Dave, which he was sitting on the couch and talking to the phone, and showed his respect to his former bandmate from Metallica.
While celebrating his birthday, Ron also revealed how much he missed Dave in this way. He called out Dave and said that he should call him sometime and have a chat together about their lives.
Here is what Ron McGovney said:
“Happy birthday to my old bandmate Dave Mustaine. Give me a call sometime.”
You can check out the post below.
— Ron McGovney (@RonMcGovney) September 13, 2020
About two weeks ago, Ron McGovney took to his official Twitter account to reveal the first Iron Maiden song that James Hetfield and he learned for their band, named Leather Charm.
In the post, Ron stated that they bought the self-titled album of Iron Maiden to learn the legendary song of the band, Remember Tomorrow, and showed one of the first songs that they played together. Click here for the details.