Wayne Swinny Obituary – Death: Cofounder Of Rock Group Saliva Wayne Swinny Cause Of Death
The social media page of rock band Saliva announced the death of Wayne Swinny, one of its founding members, at the age of 59 due to a spontaneous brain hemorrhage while the group was on tour. In a Facebook post, the band expressed their deep sadness and conveyed condolences to Swinny’s loved ones. Funeral arrangements are yet to be disclosed, and the band promised to share the details soon. Saliva was established in 1996, and Swinny was one of its members along with Josey Scott, Chris Dabaldo, Dave Novotny, and Paul Crosby. The band’s self-titled album was released in 1997, while their major label debut came in March 2001 with “Every Six Seconds,” which was nominated for a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance in 2002. According to the band, Swinny was hospitalized on Tuesday due to medical distress. Swinny will be missed by all who knew him, the band added.