KISS’s Paul Stanley and iconic guitarist Joe Bonamassa took to their official Twitter account to farewell the veteran musician Spencer Davis, who is the founder of ‘The Spencer Davis Group.’
About two days ago, Spencer Davis passed away and left his legacy into this world due to pneumonia at the age of 81. Following his death, Joe and Paul wanted to share their feelings about the late British musician.
While Bonamassa was mentioning he met Spencer two times, he also revealed that Spencer had a kind and humble soul. Also, Bonamassa stated that most of his favorite songs from the ’60s have Spencer’s name on it and showed how sad he is about this devastating death.
On the other hand, Paul also confirmed that Spencer was a really kind person and said that he was a soft-spoken gentleman. While praising Spencer’s kindness, Paul also prayed for Spencer’s soul and paid his tribute to the veteran musician.
Here is what Joe Bonamassa wrote:
“Rest In Peace… I met him twice and he was a kind and humble soul. Some of my favorite music of the 1960s has his name on it. Very sad.”
Paul Stanley replied:
“My experience also. A soft-spoken gentleman and pleasure when I met him. Rest In Peace.”
You can read the tweets below.
My experience also. A soft spoken gentleman and a pleasure when I met him. Rest In Peace. https://t.co/mWA37KaOfU
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) October 20, 2020