Phil Mccormack cause of death is suspected to be heart attack but an official cause of death has not been revealed.
Phil Mccormack death happened last night 26th April, 2019 from complications.
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Phil McCormack, the frontman for rock band MOLLY HATCHET, has died at the age of 58.
Read touching tributes from Phil’s loved ones below:
From Davi Maida:
Rest In Peace longtime Molly Hatchet singer Phil McCormack who has passed away. I booked, worked and supported MH with him lead singing over a half dozen times.
He always gave it 110% in performance. Ride on brother! #mollyhatchet #philmccormack #dmaidapr.
From Kenny Ames:
Just heard that Phil McCormack lead singer for Molly Hatchett and The Roadducks passed today.
The Roadducks were the first “real” band I was ever a part of. And Phil was the engine of the group. 300+ shows a year. What a beast. Many instances where Phil being older and more seasoned than I (I was 20 yrs old) would look out for me and steer me away from unsavory elements.
Last I saw Phil was at a festival in Sweden 15 or so years ago.
Phil was the real deal. He was in 110% and never phoned it in.
RIP, my brother. Tell Bob and Rob hello.
Much love, mi amigo.
Here’s a YouTube video of the Ducks at Sloppy Joes in Key West. Circa 1990.
Honored to have known you and to have shared the stage.
- From Barry Newlin:
I’m am crushed by the news of my longtime friend and southern rock brother Phil McCormack’s passing. He was a great front man and one of a kind awesome person who loved his country and all veterans!
I first meet him @ the PT Lounge in Williamsport, MD sometime in the early 80s when he was with the Roadducks, then later hanging out at Shiley Ackers, Inwood WVA in the Mid-80s.
We had many adventures over the years and I will miss him greatly. No matter where he seen me, he always greeted me with a hug and a o’hell Yeah! RIP my friend. Let’s hear a big Hell Yeah for Phil!
May Phil’s soul rest in perfect peace.