John Brown Obituary, Death – I say this with a heavy heart because it is something that needs to be uttered because it is something that needs to be spoken, but I feel that it is important. John Brown Sr. departed this world for the last time the day before yesterday, when he passed away and never returned. John was the band’s drummer during a significant chunk of Loretta’s career, which lasted a number of decades and was comprised of those decades.
He placed a significant amount of importance on both his family and his music, and as a result, he committed a significant amount of his time and energy to both of these efforts. He was truly one of the sweetest and most kind guys I’ve ever had the opportunity to engage in conversation with. I was able to spend a substantial amount of time with him over the course of the prior several months since the Coalminers were coming back together to play in the tribute show Always Loretta.
I have a big lot of gratitude toward him as a result of this opportunity, which allowed me to spend a significant amount of time with him. Always Loretta was a tribute show that was put on in honor of Loretta’s memory. I am well aware of the incredible good fortune that has been bestowed upon me to be able to take advantage of this chance. During this trying time, if you could please put John L. Brown Jr. and his family in your thoughts and prayers, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you. The news of the death of a guy who was recognized for his intelligence as well as his compassion has left me in a state that can only be characterized as absolute and full despair. He was a man who was renowned for both his genius and his compassion. John Brown was the genuine deal in every sense of the word. Rest in peace.