Alan Cartwright Wife And Family: The much celebrated English bassist is no more with us.
Cartwright, known for his bass in the 70s and 80s, has died on March 4, 2021. He met his demise at the age of 75 as the bass player was born on October 10, 1945.
Moreover, the bassist was best known for his time with Procol Harum. He performed with the band from 1971 to 1976, giving the greatest rock hits the world has ever seen. After splitting with the band, he retired and got associated with Enfield’s Bush Hill Park Bowl and Tennis Club.
Alan Cartwright Wife And Family: Who was he married to?
Alan Cartwright was married to his longtime girlfriend, Ann, for around 48 years. However, his wife died in 2015.
Died at the age of 65, she was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer in 2013. But there is no known information on couple’s children until now.
Following the death of his wife, Alan funded himself in a lot of health charities during the final years of his life.
Former @ProcolHarumband bass player Alan Cartwright has died, aged 75… https://t.co/ZHJhmpmizd
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How did Alan Cartwright die? Cause of Death revealed
The 75-year old was battling cancer for more than a year. Cartwright was diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2020.
Cancer, of course, took his life as he took his last breath on March 4, 2021. He came out as a victim of cancer on his 75th birthday in October 2020. Hope he will find peace wherever he is.
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What was Alan Cartwright famous for? His net worth and earnings
Alan was best known for the British rock band Procol Harum. He worked as their lead bassist for 5 years before retiring from music.
A holder of a highly reputed career in music, his net worth and earnings, however, are not known for the time being. He was a bassist during the prime time of English rock popularity created by bands like Queen.