Members of the band INXS have paid tribute to singer Michael Hutchence on Thursday's (November 22) 10th anniversary of his sudden death.
Posted on Nov 27, 2007 11:17 am
Members of the band INXS have paid tribute to singer Michael Hutchence on Thursday's (November 22) 10th anniversary of his sudden death, reports NME.com.
The star was found dead in a Sydney hotel room at age 37. A coroner found the star had died from suffocation caused by hanging.
Writing on the band's official website, drummer John Farris said: "Michael will always be remembered as a young, vibrant, gifted and passionate person."
He added: "Michael will live on through his brilliant melodies and lyrics. I feel proud that INXS can continue to play the music he helped create."
Bassist Garry Beers thanked fans for their "thoughts for Michael" and encouraged them to make a charitable donation in his memory.
He also said: "I will always remember him as a great friend who always made an effort to help others."