Legendary guitarist and co-founder of Band Mazzy Star, David Roback has died at the age of 61 as confirmed by publicicst who said he died in Los Angeles Times and NBC News.
Roback, born in Los Angeles is most known as the co-founder of rock band Mazzy Star. “He was first active in the Paisley Underground scene an alternative genre of music in Los Angeles during the 1980s before he went on to become the leader of the band Rain Parade” NBC News reported.
NEWSCASTARS.COM learnt that in 1983, he left the band after the release of their first album Emergency Third Rail Power Trip, the LA Times reported. He then joined Rainy Day.
Mazzy Star is most known for their songs “Fade Into You” from their album So Tonight That I Might See, which was released in 1993 and “Halah” and “Blue Flower” from their debut album She Hangs Brightly, which was released in 1990.