KISS co-founder and the singer of the band, Paul Stanley, has posted a recent tweet on his verified official Twitter account today and mourned his late friend and also known as the gear guru of the rock stars, Henry Goldrich.
Henry Goldrich was one of the most memorable people in the rock music industry, especially in the ’70s and ’80s after he had to assume the position of his father in ‘Manny’s Music’ in Manhattan which was the largest music shop in the country that was closed in 2009 after seventy-four years.
According to the many stars of the 20th century, Henry Goldrich was the superstar of the superstars and unfortunately, Unfortunately, he passed away from this world at the age of 88 at his home in Florida after being frail for a while.
Unfortunately, this was not the first loss of Paul this month. Last week, he had to say goodbye to yet another friend and one of the most popular figures of the Heartland rock genre, Michael Stanley, by sharing his latest ever letter before his death.
While sharing his condolences to Henry, Paul did not forget to share how he was visiting Henry and his dad’s music shop and also revealed the last ever advice he got from Henry, save your money no matter what.
Here is what Paul wrote in his latest tweet:
“Henry, Henry, Henry… I will miss you but I will remember growing up making my weekly trips to your dad’s store & yours.
I dreamed of being another photo on your wall & when I finally was, you told me to save my money. I always looked forward to seeing you.”
You can check out the tweet of Paul below.
Henry, Henry, Henry.. I will miss you but I will remember growing up making my weekly trips to your dad’s store & yours. I dreamed of being another photo on your wall & when I finally was, you told me to save my money. I always looked forward to seeing you https://t.co/7EVNKoRMVO
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) March 7, 2021