Jeremiah Green, the Drummer and Co-founder of Modest Mouse, Died at the Age of 45
Jeremiah Green, the drummer and co-founder of Modest Mouse, died at the age of 45. Saturday night, the band said on Instagram, “Jeremiah died today. He fell asleep and died.”
Adam Green, the brother of the rock star, told Fox News Digital on Tuesday, “He’s doing well for what he’s going through.
He played a few gigs even though he had cancer, but the doctor didn’t let him play the last one on the West Coast. This spring, he wants to go to South America. Radiation and chemotherapy will last for four weeks.”
“He died on December 31 after a brave fight with cancer,” his mother Carol Namatame wrote on Facebook. The band Modest Mouse said on Instagram, “Now is not the time to say nice things. After that, from many people. Enjoy the love you give, receive, have given, and will receive. Jeremiah loved most. Love you.”
In 1992, Green, Brock, and Judy started the band, which has been nominated for a Grammy. In March 2023, the band will play at Lollapalooza Argentina. Brock’s first post about Green’s recovery on the band’s Instagram four days ago was positive.
He wrote that Green’s treatment was, “Things are going well. We both believe in good energy, so please think of him and his family with “good thoughts.”” His mother wrote on Facebook, “He’s so brave and strong, and he keeps going!”
Seattle DJ Marco Collins said on social media that Green’s cancer was very serious. The death of the 45-year-old “husband, father, son, and brother” was sad.
“He had a good sleep. Jeremiah shed light on many things. The family wants to be left alone. A party for friends and fans to honour the person’s life will be planned soon. Jeremiah’s family thanks you for all your help “Namatame added.
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