Cy Tucker, a Liverpool, England, musician who carried out with The Beatles, died on Tuesday (March 24) due to problems from the coronavirus. He was 76 years outdated.
According to Liverpool Echo, the artist began exhibiting COVID-19 signs after enjoying a gig every week and a half earlier than, and he is the first coronavirus-related loss of life in Liverpool. Tucker was thought-about “excessive danger,” as he had a historical past of coronary heart issues, diabetes and was older than 70.
Tucker began singing when he was about 10 years outdated, earlier than acting at pubs beginning as younger as 13. He went on to play with legends comparable to the Beatles, Cilla Black and extra stars from the sixties.