Australian musician Conway Savage - pianist with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - has died, it has been confirmed.
The pianist joined the Bad Seeds in 1990, taking up the piano stool for tour dates surrounding that year's LP 'The Good Son'.
Remaining a full time member ever since, Conway Savage matched his piano skills to backing vocals, contributing to some of the group's finest moments.
Releasing his debut solo album 1993, the pianist matched acclaimed material under his own name to work alongside the likes of Suzie Higgie, Amanda Fox, and more.
Diagnosed with a brain tumour last year, Conway Savage passed away over the weekend. In a moving statement, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds paid tribute to their comrade, writing: "There isn't a dry eye in the house..."
RIP Conway Savage, 1960 - 2018. pic.twitter.com/RdNNY9qbi9— Mute (@MuteUK) September 3, 2018
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