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Peter Kühn from Germany wrote on November 26, 2018 at 6:25 pm:
Dear Barbara, as a lover and collector of British Rock, Folk & Jazz music I feel very ashamed to know... Read more
Dear Barbara, as a lover and collector of British Rock, Folk & Jazz music I feel very ashamed to know only today in November by chance that your beloved husband Jon has died already in June. I offer my sincere condolences to you, dear Barbara. Jon was a hero of mine and I saw him several times in concert with Colosseum, Paraphernalia and the United Jazz & Rock Ensemble. He was the best drummer I ever saw live playing. Oh, what a miss! I own all of his albums and met him live backstage at the FABRIK in Hamburg in the 80’s when he was your drummer in Paraphernalia. As a member of the German magazin DER SPIEGEL I interviewed your husband together with my then trainee Rüdiger. It was an exceptional situation to meet an outstanding artist during a break after a sweaty first set... I will remember. I saw Colosseum for the first time in my life in 1969 at the famous Star Club in Hamburg. It was Mark I with James Litherland playing and singing in the band. And this event was the reason because I wanted to ask your late husband if he knew which date this concert was. But now I must learn that he only will anwer me in heaven... Dear Barbara: stay strong. What remains is your music. An old (70) pensioner from Hamburg sends you all his love and sympathies. Thinking of you: Peter Kühn PS: please excuse my bad Pidgin English

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