Keyboardist and Depeche Mode founder Andy Fletcher passes away


British band itself has announced the death of their keyboardist at the age of 60

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Andy Fletcher, founding member of the British techno band depeche mode, He has passed away at the age of 60, the group announced on Thursday.

The band, formed in 1980, said, “We are shocked and deeply saddened by the untimely death of a dear friend, family member and member of the band.” Basildon, About 40 km east of London.

Born in July 1961 nottingham, Andy Fletcher, nicknamed “Fletch”, was one of the band’s keyboardists, known for numerous hits such as Just Can’t Get Enough, Personal Jesus hey enjoy the silence.

The band said, “Fletch had a real heart of gold and was always there whenever you needed support, lively conversation, a good laugh or a cold pint.”

Depeche Mode Over a hundred million records have been sold Worldwide.

The band originally consisted of keyboardists and songwriters. Vince Clark, Keyboardist, Singer and Songwriter Martin Gore, keyboardist Andy Fletcher and singer-songwriter Dave Gahan.

Vince Clark left the band in late 1981 and was replaced two years later by Alan Wilder.

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