Tony Sly Dead; No Use For a Name Singer Was 41

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Tony Sly, the frontman for Northern California-based punk rock band No Use for a Name, has died of as yet undisclosed causes. He was 41.

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    Had the strange and unique luck talking to him in Athens-Greece at the bar right next door from the venue they had just performed live in March '10. I told him that it was the BEST gig I had ever seen in my life, and funnily enough, it was true. To me, he looked sad that night, even after an absolutely triumphant, totally sold out and madly moshing for 90' gig... but nevertheless a TRUE PUNK ROCKER sitting alone at the stool sipping on his drink, not looking for extra glory or fanship, or groupies or any crap like that... A TRUE BELIEVER ALL THE WAY MAN!


    I grew up with you i am 38 and even if i don t know you personally i felt your honesty .trough your songs,.i feel like ive lost a friend R.I.P


    "Well I heard you got a new place and it's far away from here
    Reality has sunken in now confirming all my fears
    Not gonna track you down but it's too late to stop
    thinking 'bout the time that we have lost"...."I'm dying on the inside, you're never coming back
    and now I know whatever we go through
    my heart is stuck with you" r.i.p. -Sarah, Las Vegas


    The world has lost an extremely talented musician. His music will always remind me of the happiest times in my youth. May he rest in peace.

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