Tony Mcphee Obituary, Death, English Guitarist Has Died

Tony Mcphee Obituary, Death – May you ever find rest, Tony McPhee is an outstanding guitarist and frontman for The Groundhogs. He has been with the band from its inception. Even though we understand that death is an inevitable part of life, we are never prepared to part ways with a loved one for good.

No one ever wants to experience the pain of losing a loved one since the resulting feeling has the potential to pull people apart and is challenging for everyone. When one offers condolences or sympathy, the intention is to convey as much compassion, concern, and connection as possible to the person who has recently lost a loved one.

In circumstances that are so fraught with sensation, it might be challenging to articulate how you are truly feeling.
Tony McPhee was a member of The Dollar Bills, the band that would eventually become The Groundhogs as a tribute to Hooker’s 1951 track “Ground Hog Blues.” On the album…AND SEVEN NIGHTS, John Lee Hooker contributed to the recording as a collaborator with McPhee and his band. After that, in 1965, Hooker engaged the Groundhogs to perform on his tour with him. Sincere sympathies to his family and friends at this time of loss.