Eddie Harsch, Canadian musician, Died at 59


Eddie Harsch (born Edward Hawrysch) was born on May 27, 1957, and died on November 4, 2016.

He was a Canadian-American keyboardist and member of Detroit-based jam band Bulldog.

Prior to that Eddie was The Black Crowes’ keyboardist from 1991 to 2006.

He was replaced on keyboards by Rob Clores and then Adam MacDougall.

He first joined Bulldog during The Black Crowes’ hiatus, which lasted from early 2002 to early 2005.

In that time he also played bass in the Detroit Cobras.

During the 1980s, He was a member of James Cotton’s band.

Harsch became a co founding member of the Magpie Salute in 2016 , a band which which also features his former Black Crowes bandmates Rich Robinson, Marc Ford and Sven Pipien.

Eddie Harsch passed away at 59 years old.