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Rob Grill Dies

09:31 AM Tuesday 7/12/11 | |

The Grass Roots member died Monday. He was 67.

Apparently Grill was seriously injured in a recent fall. The Pasadena Star News reports Grill’s wife Nancy posted a message on TopShelf Times last week saying he suffered a head injury and that a CT scan showed “a rupture in the layers of the brain.”

Nancy Grill also stated that her husband had suffered two strokes since the accident and was in a coma.

Grill was the lead singer, bassist and songwriter for The Grass Roots, responsible for such hits as “Let’s Live For Today,” and “Midnight Confessions.” Grill had a solo hit in 1979 with “Rock Sugar.”

The Grass Roots are on this summer’s “Happy Together” tour that also includes The Turtles Feat. Flo & Eddie, The Association, The Buckinghams and Mark Lindsay.

Comments

  1. cyclone wrote:

    07:56 PM, Aug 12, 2011

    Very sorry to hear about Rob's passing. Seen him in concert many times. He always put on great show, last saw him on "Concerts at Sea" he was just getting over hip surgery and was on crutches days before the show. At show time the crutches were gone and he was singing and playing bass, we knew he was still in disconfort but you would never now it, he was a real trooper, never to let his fans down. His autographed photo will remain on my wall for as long as I'm around. RIP Rob, you've earned it.

  2. keithb wrote:

    06:11 PM, Jul 12, 2011

    i was so very sorry and sad to learn of robs passing. i got the chance to meet rob and the band backstage after a concert with 3 dog night in my town. i had such a very good rocking time with the grass roots and 3 dog night and to meet them all backstage was an event of a lifetime.i had after that got the chance to see the roots again and the rocking was still 100%. so i must give my deepest sympathy to mrs.grill and the grass roots band members. rock in peace rob you will be missed deeply.

  3. Sweet Sue Ohio wrote:

    12:38 PM, Jul 12, 2011

    Hoofhearted you would have to be nearly 60 to know who he was. Rob was the original bass player for The Grass Roots. He was my favorite. A very talented man, who will be sorely missed. RIP Rob, you earned it.

  4. hoofhearted wrote:

    10:46 AM, Jul 12, 2011

    Never heard of him but RIP anyway.

  5. Rob Rheubottom wrote:

    10:37 AM, Jul 12, 2011

    Rob Grill's health has been waning for sometime, but this still comes as a shock. Condolences to family, bandmates and fans - a great talent lost!