Emmy and Grammy Winner Musician Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne Die Due Coronavirus

Today once more now we have misplaced a really huge star on account of Coronavirus. The musician Adam Schlesinger has been awarded each the Jeanne Emmy and Grammy awards for his music.

He died in a hospital in New York after extended remedy for coronavirus. News of his demise has been confirmed by Josh Grier via a information company.


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Adam Schlesinger was additionally the CO-founder of Fountains of Wayne Music Band. He died on the age of 52 years.

Now his identify has additionally been added to the names of the celebs who died on account of Coronavirus of the business. In due course of time, the business has misplaced nice artists like Song Writer Alan Merrill, Country Star Joe Diffie, Actor Andrew Jack, Legendary Jazz Trumpeter Wallace Roney to Coronavirus.

Regarding Adam Schlesinger, the grier has said that he was on ventilator for a number of days earlier than dying.

He was nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe Award for the Tom Hanks-directed film “That Thing You Do!” In 1996.

Tom Hanks additionally wrote on his Twitter account paying tribute to him “There would be no Playtone without Adam Schlesinger, without his That Thing You Do! He was a One-der. Lost him to Covid-19. Terribly sad today. Hanx.”

Schlesinger’s band advised a press assertion that “As many of you are aware, Adam had been hospitalized with Covid-19 and although he had been making some small improvements over the last few days, Adam’s condition was critical and he was ultimately Unable to recover from Covid-19 complications. ”

“He was truly a prolific talent and even more so, a loving and devoted father, son and friend.”

Schlesinger mentioned in an interview in 2011 that “I think part of the reason we still exist is because we’re so slow between records. … We tend to put out a record every three to four years and then do some touring and then we get away from each other for a while.”

“It’s always a nice thing to come back to, but it definitely doesn’t feel like that much time has elapsed. I feel pretty much like the same guy.”