Chuck Mosley, former singer of Faith No More, dead at 57

Chuck Mosley, former singer of Faith No More, dead at 57

Chuck Mosley, former singer of Faith No More, dead at 57

More recently, Mosley reunited with Faith No More for a handful of shows in 2016. Later he left the band to make his own identity and again seen with his band's reunion in 2009 which was Faith No More's reunion. We're sharing the manner in which he passed, in the hopes that it might serve as a warning or wake up call or beacon to anyone else struggling to fight for sobriety.

Mosley is survived by his partner, Pip Logan, his daughters Sophie and Erica, and his grandson Wolfgang Logan Mosley. The family accepts the help for Mosley's funeral. I mean, you can be singing a ballad and it can still be punk rock.

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The band's acclaimed second album, Introduce Yourself, spawned two of their key singles, "Anne's Song" and the hit "We Care a Lot", bringing the band to national attention. Chuck Mosley joined Faith No More band in 1985 and worked as the attracting point for it. Faith No More starts getting famous for its metal, hip-hop, pop and funk music with the entry of Mosley.

During his stint in the band, Mosley's behavior was unpredictable. At the time of "Introduce Yourself" release party, Mosley felt asleep on the stage and this incidence gets all the limelight.

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In 1990, Mosley briefly replaced the vocalist for hardcore punk pioneers Bad Brains.

Considered a seminal metal group, San Francisco based Faith No More broke up in 1998. He moved to Cleveland in 1996, working at restaurants and focusing on being a father.

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The tour following the group's sophomore release was mostly well-received, but according to the band's official website, the other members chose to dismiss Mosley "due to his constant drinking, limited vocal capabilities, and squabbles with bandmates".

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