Musician Alan Merrill, 69, died on Sunday after suffering from coronavirus. The news was shared by his daughter Laura Merrill who took to her Facebook on Sunday evening and revealed that she was given only two minutes to say goodbye to her father. Her heartbreaking Facebook post mentioned how COVID-19 took away his father’s life and there was nothing that she or anyone else could do to save him. Also Read - Grammy Award-Winning Musician John Prine, 73, Critical Due to Coronavirus; Wishes Pour in For Quick Recovery

A part of her post on Facebook read, “The Coronavirus took my father this morning. I was given 2 minutes to say my goodbyes before I was rushed out. He seemed peaceful and as I left there was still a glimmer of hope that he wouldn’t be a ticker on the right hand side of the CNN/Fox news screen. I walked 50 blocks home still with hope in my heart. The city that I knew was empty. I felt I was the only person here and perhaps in many ways I was. By the time I got in the doors to my apartment I received the news that he was gone.” (sic) Check out the full post here: Also Read - Veteran Japanese Comedian Ken Shimura Dies After Being Hospitalized For Coronavirus

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I’ve been trying to sleep but I can’t. I woke up normally yesterday with the world at my feet and now today I lay here…

Laura Merrill यांनी वर पोस्ट केले रविवार, २९ मार्च, २०२०

The musician was a member of the popular band named The Arrows. He is remembered for co-writing the famous original version of the song I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll that the band released in the year 1975. Alan’s death was mourned by many across the music fraternity. American singer-songwriter Joan Jett took to Instagram to share an emotional note. He wrote how he has the fresh memories of watching his band The Arrows performing on TV and how much he was always loved.

Another prominent musician, Joe Diffie passed away on Sunday due to coronavirus. He was a popular musician and aged 61. RIP!