george frayne commander cody – Unfortunately, we have to announce that the lead singer and frontman of the band Commander Cody and His Lo…

george frayne commander cody – Unfortunately, we have to announce that the lead singer and frontman of the band Commander Cody and His Lo…

Unfortunately, we have to announce that the lead singer and frontman of the band Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen passed away at 77.
George Frayne’s death news has been released on Sunday, September 27, 2021, through a post on his Facebook page.
Unfortunately, there is no report through the great musician’s cause of death, and no one confirm or refuse any reason for his death, but we are waiting for more official information, so stay with us for more information
His death news was revealed on Facebook, writing: “Early this morning As I lay my head upon his shoulder George’s soul took to flight I am heartbroken and weary And I know you are too.
Thank you so much for all the love you gave And the stories you shared.

I was sad to hear of the passing of George Frayne, aka Commander Cody, today at the age of 77.

And now, the band’s illustrious pilot, the Captain, keyboard player and singer Commander Cody himself, Mr. George Frayne, has flown his final mission.On Sunday morning, September 26th, it was revealed that George Frayne had passed away in Saratoga Springs, New York due to Cancer.Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen .

Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen \”Semi Truck\” from their 1972 album \”Hot Licks, Cold Steel \u0026 Truckers Favorites\” RIP George Frayne IV (alias Commander Cody, born July 19, 1944, died September 26, 2021
Bass [Fender] – Buffalo Bruce Barlow
Drums – Lance Dickerson
Fiddle, Saxophone – Andy Stein
Lead Guitar – Bill Kirchen
Lead Vocals [Lead Singer], Harmonica – Billy C.
Pedal Steel Guitar – Bobby \”Blue\” Black*
Piano – Commander Cody
Song written by Bill Kirchen and Billy C.

Crank this sucker up at a lagging social affair, and you’ve got instant party.”[2] Robert Christgau said, “The rockers are hot, the slow ones are soulful, and the whole thing does justice to the endearingly sloppy shuffle of a band that refuses to be pretentious about its lack of pretensions.”[6] When the album was released, Cash Box magazine wrote, “The irrepressible Commander is at it again, and this LP is a stunning collection of some strong material done with the unique country style the group has become so popular with….

Uprooted bozos who handle fast cars and hot music (or vice versa) a lot better than wimmin and booze, they’re half at home in every renegade country tradition, rockabilly and Western swing and white boogie-woogie.”[3] .

Commander Cody \u0026 The Lost Planet Airmen – Too Much Fun – Earl’s Hideaway Sebastian – April 17 2016

Sept 26, 2021 – George Frayne, the Commander Cody in 70s Country Rock act Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen has died at age 77.

Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen were best known for their US Top 10 cover of ‘Hot Rod Lincoln’ in 1971.

On AllMusic, Jana Pendragon wrote, “Again, a groundbreaking release from the wildest band in country music during the ’70s….

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