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Richie Hayward, drummer and Little Feat co-founder, dies at 64

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Richie Hayward, a drummer and co-founder of the L.A. band Little Feat, died Thursday at a hospital in Canada after complications of pneumonia, according to band publicist Bridget Nolan. He was 64 and had liver cancer.

Little Feat was created in 1969. The jam band mixes a variety of genres, including rock and blues. The group fell apart in 1981 after frontman Lowell George died, but reformed a few years later and has been a fixture on the touring circuit.

A full obituary will follow at latimes.com/obits. -- Associated Press

Photo: Little Feat in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Seated from left, Bill Payne, Sam Clayton, Paul Barrere, Kenny Gradney. Standing from left, Fred Tackett, Shaun Murphy, Richie Hayward. Credit: Jay Blakesberg

 
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RIP Richie

LATIMES DOT COM Obituaries Richie Hayward

TYPO below as 1981 SHOULD BE 1979:

>>>The group fell apart in 1981 after frontman Lowell George died, but reformed a few years later and has been a fixture on the touring circuit.http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/afterword/2010/08/richie-hayward-drummer-and-little-feat-cofounder-dies-at-64.html


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RIP Richie - you rock!


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