‘Gerry and the Pacemakers’ star Gerry Marsden breathed his final on the age of 78. He was affected by an an infection in his coronary heart.
Broadcaster Pete Price broke the unhappy information on social media Sunday with a loving tribute to his good friend.
He wrote: “It’s with a really heavy coronary heart after talking to the household that I’ve to inform you the Legendary Gerry Marsden MBE c which was an an infection in his coronary heart has sadly handed away.
Pete Price added: “Sending all the love in the world to Pauline and his family. You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
He was extensively recognized for ‘I Like It’, ‘How You Do It?’ and ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, which has been sung by Liverpool soccer followers for many years.
The legend was honoured with the Freedom of the City of Liverpool for his charitable works for the town and for his contribution to Liverpudlian tradition.
Gerry Marsden did a lot of work for needy folks. He, over the course of his life, helped elevate an enormous quantity for charity, together with with the recordings he made with different artists after the Bradford City stadium hearth in 1985 and after the Hillsborough catastrophe in 1989.