Grammy award winner Adam Schlesinger dies from coronavirus
US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In New York, the famous American composer Adam Schlesinger died, infected with the coronavirus COVID-19. He was 52 years old, according to Variety.
The disease was severe. The last week, the man was connected to a ventilator and was in a medical coma. April 1, he died.
The musician was the founder of the American rock band Fountains Of Wayne and the band Ivy.
He is a winner of the Grammy Award in the category “Best New Artist”, the winner of three Emmy Awards and the winner of “ASCAP Pop Music”. Adam Schlesinger was also nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe for the title track for What You Do!
According to the World Health Organization, the number of people infected with a new type of coronavirus in the world exceeded 827 thousand people. In the United States, more than 200 thousand people experienced the disease , 4.5 thousand people died. The epicenter of the outbreak in the United States was New York – there are over 83 thousand cases of the disease.
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