What Happened To Cliff Fish? As Paper Lace Member Passed Away At The Age Of 73

Cliff Fish, a Paper Lace member, died of cancer at the age of 43. His official Facebook page verified the news, and an official message was posted on behalf of his wife Elaine, and their two kids. The following were mentioned in the statement:

“The last two years have been extremely difficult, but Cliff faced the challenges of cancer with bravery and courage, and he lived his life to the fullest right up until the end.”

According to the post, everyone knew Cliff as a kind, kind, fun-loving, amazing, and genuine guy that people used to enjoy spending time with. The message continued by describing him as a gifted musician and performer and noting that his loss has left an unfathomable void in everyone’s life and that he will be unconditionally cherished by his family and friends.

Fish’s cancer diagnosis was disclosed in the Cypriot healthcare system two years ago, according to the statement. It went on to say:

“We will be eternally grateful to Dr. Evangelia (who Cliff referred to as his Guardian Angel) and Nurse Rachel, who both treated and fought for Cliff until the end.” The family is planning a celebration of his remarkable life in the UK in the coming days, and we will put information online if anybody would care to join us.”

Cliff Fish

Cliff Fish was a founding member of Paper Lace.

Cliff Fish, who was born on August 13, 1949, was the bass guitarist for Paper Lace. Dave Manders, Roy White, and Phil Wright were also members of the band when it was established in 1967. Before creating blockbuster albums and songs, they used to perform at modest gatherings. Throughout their history, the band only issued two albums, the first of which was First Edition in March 1972. This was followed in June 1974 by And Other Bits of Material / Paper Lace, which reached the top of the Billboard charts.

Until the 1980s, the band released popular songs such as Billy Don’t Be a Hero, The Night Chicago Died, So What If I Am, We’ve Got the Whole World in Our Hands, Trinidad Boy, and others. In 1978, they were joined by another guitarist, Chris Raynor.

Cliff Fish

Twitter users give homage

Cliff Fish rose to prominence as a Paper Lace member and contributor to their projects throughout the years. When word of his death spread, Twitter was inundated with tributes. Phil Hendriks, a guitarist, and vocalist, shared his sorrow on Facebook, noting that he would miss Fish’s smiles, humor, and music. He went on to say:

“We nicknamed him ‘Fiery’ Fish, but the flame went out today.” “Our heartfelt condolences go out to Cliff’s wife, Elaine, and all of his family and friends.”

Elaine, Fish’s wife, and their two boys, Jon and Rob, survive him

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